Cannibal Ox Report Live From Across 110th Street (Audio)

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“Harlem Knights” is the latest preview glimpse from Cannibal Ox’s sophomore album, Blade Of The Ronin (March 3). Not unlike 2001’s “Stress Rap,” the song is all about images, especially surrounding the uncovered sections of Uptown. Vordul kicks things off with one of his finer verses, before Vast pushes through with his own highly enunciated wordplay.

BILL COSMIQ may not have been on The Cold Vein, but the producer sure seems to have studied its essence.

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