A week ago it was announced that Underground Legend, ILL BILL, was hosting Digital Dynasty 34, so now you know it’s time to start leaking out some of the exclusives off of this project. The first one comes from another Brooklyn emcee, and longtime supporter of Digital Dynasty, Killah Priest. This Jordan River Banks produced record is vintage Priest pondering the cosmos and challenging your inner energy with his burley bars. KP sent this joint to Advo and wanted him to let the world know this is the type of sound you will hear on “Planet Of The Gods”, which is due out this Spring. So check out this joint, stay tuned for whats next to come, and get ready for DD34! This single is raw and gritty we really enjoyed it. Jordan River Banks did a great job on the production and of course Killah Priest killed it as usual. We played this track about 15 times to help inspire us for a TUHH Rating. After some discussion we came up with a great rating and I must say it was a good decision. Tell us what you think about it.
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