Blueprint Honors The Breakers While Kickin’ A Flow That Windmills On Its Own (Video)

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I may not ever see more cheddar than you, but I bet you I can windmill better than you.” – ‘Printmatic.

MC/producer Blueprint gives props to the B-boys and B-girls of the world in “Just Move.” Built around a charged jam that makes breakers want to build momentum, ‘Print salutes one of Hip-Hop’s four elements, while performing another—quite eloquently.

In the verses from the King No Crown LP, the Ohio native and Rhymesayers artist makes it clear that originality is lackin’, and he’s bored with rappers talkin’ about stacks of cash. This is a tour de force, especially for lovers of Hip-Hop fundamentals.

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