If it’s been awhile since you heard from or seen Afu-Ra, you are definitely going to want to check out for “Cobra Clutch”. Gone are his dreads but his flow and intent still remain the same. With age comes maturity buit he remains one of the best MC’s to hear and pay attention to, so listen.
If you’re able to ask people like Rusty Juxx, Afu Ra, and Tragedy Khadafi to help you out in a song, what do you do? You head into the restroom, look into the mirror and say “damn, it feels good to be Endemic”. Okay, maybe not something as egotistical as that but Endemic could do it if he wanted but instead he asked them and then received their contributions in what is now known as “High Society”. This will be on Endemic’s album Terminal Illness 2
(No Cure), due out on the 26th of November. The album will also feature help from Masta Killa, Cappadonna, Planet Asia, Skyzoo, Killah Priest, Hell Razah, Shabazz The Disciple, Darkim be Allah, Prodigal Sunn, and many more.
Endemic is a UK producer who has a good ear for what he wants, needs, and desires. For his latest project, hew knew what he wanted was in New York City, specifically to Queens for Tragedy Khadafi, and to Brooklyn for Afu Ran and Ruste Juxx. The combination here may sound too good to be true, but wait until you actually hear the song, which they’re calling “High Society”.
A new Endemic album is on its way called Terminal Illness 2, and look who else he has brought into the mix: Masta Killa, Shabazz The Disciple, Roc Marciano, Cappadonna, Planet Asia, Skyzoo, DJ Switch, Bronze Nazareth, Kevlaar 7, Salute Da Kidd, P.R. Terrorist, Killah Priest, Hell Razah, Bugsy Da God, Cyrus Malachi, Tesla’s Ghost, Ray Vendetta, Sav Killz, Supreme, Darkim be Allah, Prodigal Sunn, William Cooper and M9. Too nice, right? Damn right it is.