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Windsor rap-rockers MicLordz and Sauce Funky are ready for war

Submitted by on February 22, 2012 – 6:03 pmNo Comment

Rap and roll has come leaps and bounds since Aerosmith, Run-D.M.C. and producer Rick Rubin first merged the two in the late 80s – that blessed period in music when white American suburbanites (and by extension rubes throughout the West) learned to “Walk This Way.” The genres have from that time on shared a mutually beneficial relationship. Even more important than being the first hip-hop track to crack the Billboard Hot 100, “Walk This Way” spawned generations of rockers who rap and MCs who can sing.  Enter MicLordz and Sauce Funky – Canada’s contemporary answer to Rage Against The Machine.

The Wndsor, ON, rap-rockers – a five-pack collective as crazy as its name suggests – have recently released the latest off their My World EP. The video for “Ready For War” is directed by filmmaker Gavin Michael Booth and is as unorthodox as the song it’s written for. “Ready For War” features only one frame throughout, limited editing and may very well have been completed in one take. Also, check MicLordz and Sauce Funky’s video for for the title track off My World (above), which dropped months ago but is well worth a second spin.

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