Jamla’s Army Rolls Deep With Add-2 & Rapsody Ripping Up A Khrysis Beat (Audio)

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Chicago, Illinois MC Add-2 is wrapping up his sophomore release with 9th Wonder’s Jamla Records. Prey For The Poor (September 4). This go-round features one of the newer additions to the Army, alongside its resident flagship artist, Rapsody. “Rewind” finds the “It’s OK” cast, complete with Khrysis’ soulful production, back in form.

Add’ and Rap’ drop jewels with a stop-and-start delivery and elaborated cadence from both MCs. This one is about bringing it back to those days of steady rewind-worthy rhymes.

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