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We’ve been keeping our eyes on The Underachievers for some time now, and we suggest that any fan of lyrical Hip-Hop follow suit. Yesterday, the duo delivered “Leaving Scraps,” the first offering from their forthcoming The Lords of Flatbush EP.

Lex Luger produced the entire project, although this drop greatly differs from the hard hitting jams he’s created for artists like Rick Ross and Waka Flocka Flame. The Virginia producer instead laced the Brooklyn MCs with a hypnotic groove that’s synth-heavy with thumping drums.

This inspires AK and Issa Gold to flex their lyrical prowess and ability to employ multiple flows. After a few listens, our only gripe is the track’s brief length of just over two minutes.

Lords of Flatbush releases August 29. Until then, listeners should check out “Leaving Scraps” below and other songs like “The Proclamation” and “Land of Lords.”

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