Out of Harlem and into your earhole is an MC by the name of Que Cee, whose “Nip N Tuck” is the kind of track that you should fear, because it is that good. Damn good. It was produced by Shottie, and is one part of the 95Labs agenda.
In the words of one Russell Jones, “when it rains, it pours, ’cause my rhyme’s hardcore, that’s why I give you more of the raw/talent that I got will rizzock the spot”. This is very much about the “more of the raw” goods, coming from Que Cee, who brings on Shottie and instead of that salt that falls out of the sky onto an umbrella held by a girl, we’re talking about bath salts. What am I talking about? Listen to “Zombie In My Basement” and find out why you will definitely be rizzocking the spot, wherever you are.