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Grand Analog & Shad dropping great rhymes

Submitted by on August 12, 2013 – 7:40 pmNo Comment

Grand AnalogOdario Williams and Shad aren’t rappers, they’re great rhyme droppers.

Collaborating on this new track off of Grand Analog’s highly anticipated new release Modern Thunder set to come out August 20, with the release show at the Drake Hotel in Toronto.

One of the catchiest beats to come out of Grand Analog (yes, even considering “I Play My Kazoo”) now has a video that’s just as catchy to go along with it.

Going through the streets of their stomping ground of Toronto, they discuss in verse how their rhymes are dropped any time and any place, even though they’re just small town humble guys.

Shad laments in his verse about how “other rappers are too damn plastic, while my freestyles are too damn fantastic.”

Nobody would doubt the lyrical skills of either Shad nor Williams, but this video just adds to the evidence list. Add in the musically addictive  bass lines of Warren Bray and the mixing talents of DJ Catalyst, and the boys find themselves a great track to let their minds run on.

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I present to you exhibit ‘A’. 

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