Inspectah Deck & Beneficence Declare Digital War In Times Square (Video)

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Approaching the release of this month’s Basement Chemistry album (January 29), Newark, New Jersey veteran MC Beneficence is going all in. Following last week’s MC Eiht-assisted collaboration, Bene’ releases a visual to his look with Wu-Tang Clan/CZARFACE’s Inspectah Deck.

“Digital Warfare” has been a single from the Ill Adrenaline Records release for more than a month. For the video, the MCs hit up Manhattan’s Times Square on a chilly night to kick cold raps right on the streets. The New York City landmark (and the rest of the world) has changed a lot since these MCs embarked on their careers in the early 1990s, but “dope” has always sustained. Short, image-driven bars are the prescription that both MCs pen in this one.

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The cuts on the chorus are done by none other than Rob Swift (onetime co-founder of the X-Ecutioners).

Pre-order Basement Chemistry, also available on CD and vinyl.

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