MC Eiht & Spice 1 Strike Gold On Alchemist Production (Audio)

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MC Eiht and Spice 1 made two albums together in the 2000s. The Pioneers and Keep It Gangsta were unified fronts after years of the two Cali kings working together on one another’s albums. While Eiht and Spice always spit with weathered wisdom and street conviction, production has not always appeared as compelling as it was during the height of the Compton’s Most Wanted or Jive Records days.

Alchemist, another Golden State native, enters with the antidote. “Any Means” brings in some distorted, synthesized instrumentation for Compton and Hayward to represent. Two gold-selling MCs find some alchemy in one of the best tracks they’ve ever touched together.

This is a 7″ 45RPM only, available on Al’s ALC imprint.

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