What It Sounds Like When Buffalo & Harlem Collide

Statue of Limitations is an example of what happens when a fly Harlem wordsmith and gritty Buffalo lyricist connect to trade bars over Pete Rock production.

Smoke Dza and Benny the Butcher talk East Coast hustling, taking risks and doe stacking on their six-song EP. Benny’s Griselda/Shady Records comrades WestSide Gunn and Conway the Machine make lyrical appearances on the effort and Styles P lends a chorus (“Smoked and Butchered”).

Peep Statue of Limitations on your favorite streaming site. Watch the visual to the project’s WestSide Gunn-featured “7:30” below.

 

 

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