Ras Kass, Xzibit, Royce Da 5’9″ & Bishop Lamont Are On A Brutal Lyrical Safari (Audio)

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Whoa! From Ras Kass & Apollo Brown’s upcoming Blasphemy album, the tandem releases “Giraffe Pussy.” While the title possibly conjures up some difficult images, the song itself is one of the biggest, most brutal lyrical super-collaborations this year. Xzibit, who rocked with Razzy since the Golden State Warriors days (with Saafir) comes in like he’s still in his Loud Records form, while Royce Da 5’9″ keeps the raspy sound going greatly with his incredibly cocky verse. Bishop Lamont seals the deal, reminding Heads that he’s nothing to sleep on either, with his own proper debut on the horizon line.

Interestingly enough, all of these MCs have unique ties to Dr. Dre, and yet it’s never mentioned. Mello Music Group is giving this away for free download too, where you can also pre-order.

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