Royce Da 5’9″ & DJ Premier Shift Between 1992 & 2014 In A Non Album Track (Video)

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As if the nine-track, acclaimed PRhyme album was not enough, DJ Premier and Royce Da 5’9″ vibe overtop Adrian Younge samples for a bonus round. “PRhyme Time” playfully shifts between 1992 and 2014, with varying BMW coupes, sneakers, and fashion signaling the metamorphosis.

In the track, Nickel Nine slams skeptics of him making “an underground album,” swearing that he and his band mates are good, doing this for the culture above dollars. Grabbing a Top 100 debut as of this morning (December 17), why not do both?

Fila is behind this, with musician Frank The Butcher behind the camera. Look out for the sneakers you see in the visual to be available in early ’15.

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