Jamo Gang : “Straight, No Chase” (feat. Mean Joe Scheme)

Jamo Gang : “Straight, No Chase” (feat. Mean Joe Scheme)

Straight, No Chase” is the hard hitting single from the newly formed super-group, Jamo Gang, which is made up  of rappers Ras Kass and El Gant and producer J57.

The trio form a Trifecta bridging the East and the West with their abrasive, hit-you-in the jaw type rhymes. “Straight, No Chase” also features guest vocals from rising New York rapper Mean Joe Scheme, who you may know for his recent work with J57. He may be the newest cat spitting on the track, but he’s confident and hungry while rapping over his frequent collaborator’s sample-flipping instrumental.

The producer in question, J57 is actually responsible for the entire soundscape on the Jamo Gang’s upcoming, self-titled debut LP.

And to coincide with the single’s release, the group has shared the music video for “Straight, No Chase,” which showcases the live talents of Jamo Gang, who rocked a sold out show this past week at Arlene’s Grocery in NYC’s Lower East Side. Directed by Rob Levy (for Civil Prod.), the video perfectly captures the trio’s energy and charisma.

Check it out and stay tuned for more song leaks and videos off Jamo Gang’s debut LP.



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• El Gant:

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• Mean Joe Scheme:

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