New Dalek & K. Collabo
2012-04-17 by Sobhi Youssef EMERITUS | 5 Comments
"The Last Griot" is the latest collaboration from the desks of New York MC Dalek and Minneapolis rapper/producer K. Very noisy of course, but slightly different from the Oktopus beats Dalek usually raps over:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIU7XduJgR4
Tagged: Dalek

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Jash
April 17th 2012
4244 Comments


fuck yes Dalek rules, checking this out now

BallsToTheWall
April 17th 2012
44408 Comments


Dalek does rule. I'm stoked for this.

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Jash
April 17th 2012
4244 Comments


such a sick beat

liledman
April 17th 2012
3826 Comments


his production seems to be getting better. would love to hear more work with oktopus in the mix with k also.

kingsoby1
Emeritus
April 24th 2012
4950 Comments


yes this is really dope. i'd like to see a full LP



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