MC Eiht & Spice 1 Supply More West Coast Heat Over An Alchemist Beat (Audio)

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While Spice 1 and MC Eiht have released multiple albums together, they had never worked as a unit with producer Alchemist. Earlier this week, Spice joined the stars of Compton’s Most Wanted and Gangrene for “Any Means,” a limited edition (500 pressings) 7″ release.

But like so many 45’s, there is a B-side. It happens to involve the same two gold-selling MCs and the Mobb Deep/Soul Assassins affiliated producer. “Supply” is slower, but the beat bends. Spice kicks things off, followed by Eiht. The Hayward, California MC and the C-P-T artist flow quite differently on ALC’s winding beat. For those who received “Any Means” warmly, here’s some dessert:

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