A couple of things that should be mentioned here. One, if you’re Hip-Hop memory is sound, you should remember Shabaam Sahdeeq from his Rawkus days as a thugged out underground rapper. A jail bid slowed his flow but the MC has been out for a minute and is back in a groove. Two, this guy Harry Fraud makes some dope beats.
Shabaam Sahdeeq and Eddie B have a joint project on the way called The Wolves, which will be entirely produced by the weed loving producer, and here is the video for its first single, “Futuristic.” The featured guest is Fraud’s buddy, Harlem rapper Smoke DZA. Check out Hip-Hop Wired’s recent chat with Smoke DZA and Harry Fraud right here. Now, peep the El Chain directed video for “Futuristic” below.
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