Baghead - 4 Tires Flat (ft.) The Jealous Guys, Professa Gabel, Ozer (Offical Video)

Producer/DJ Baghead enlists some San Francisco's finest for a casual tour through the City's landscape. The Jealous Guys, Professa Gabel, and Ozer assist in Baghead's "4 Tires Flat", a vibed out Soul sample cut consisting of content speaking on the current state of San Francisco's growing gentrification. Yinde of The Jealous Guys: "It's a Black & Brown City they tryna take it from me" which works in contrast to Professa Gabel's "never on a coat tail I'm in a silk robe" lyrics, showing the range of the MC's on the same song. Video directed by Baghead and edited by Oadayday Find this track on your favorite streaming service here: www.audiovandals.com/4tiresflat Presented by Audio Vandals, Art of Hip Hop, and Wastrel Society

Stream Armand Hammer’s New Album Shrines

Armand Hammer, the team of New York underground veterans Elucid and billy woods, are back with their latest installment of Psychedelic dusted Hip Hop. We were introduced to billy woods in 2013 during a tour promoting his Dour Candy album. Armand Hammer's latest album "Shrines" is available for streaming and their first visual "Charm's" continues to elaborate on the wild world backwoodz studios is known for. There's not a spoon fed bar ever served by billy woods or Elucid so don't expect to a walk in the park production or bar wise. Shrines is a real statement record, a piece of art that demands real engagement. It features contributions from guests like Earl Sweatshirt, Quelle Chris, R.A.P. Ferreira, Moor Mother, KeiyaA, Pink Siifu, and Akai Solo, as well as production from Earl Sweatshirt, Kenny Segal, Navy Blu, Steel Tipped Dove, Messiah Muzik, and Fog mastermind Andrew Broder.
Mixed & Mastered by Willie Green @ The Greenhouse
Executive Produced by Armand Hammer & Willie Green.
Assistant Engineer Tevin Prince.
Photography by Philippe Van Wolputte
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