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Molecules & Showbiz (feat. Money Ray) : “Bad Guy” (Video)

Molecules & Showbiz (feat. Money Ray) : “Bad Guy” (Video)

Bronx natives Molecules and Showbiz deliver the visuals for their debut single, “Bad Guy,” off their forthcoming collaborative effort, A Bronx Tale.

Besides paying homage to the film of the same name(check the art cover),The six track EP is a celebration of the BX as its coveted birthplace of Hip-Hop culture, and the artists it’s given rise to. That includes Molecules and Showbiz, who’ve previously worked together as part of their respective crews, The Legion and D.I.T.C. And on “Bad Guy,” they’re displaying exactly why they have teamed up once again—these two just have a gift for delivering that raw Boom bap.

Visually, “Bad Guy” portrays an afternoon spent posted up in the streets of NYC as Molecules and his guest, Money Ray, spit their wordplay-laden verses. Showbiz handles the menacing, sample-flipping production—just as he does on the entire EP—and once again proves that he’s one of the best at these kicks and snares.

Check out the visuals, and head over to iTunes where “Bad Guy” is available for download as the first instant-grat track off A Bronx Tale, which is also ready for pre-order through Amazon and Google Play, as well as Fat Beats, for those that would like to purchase this release on CD or vinyl. The EP, which also boasts features from Dres (of Black Sheep) and The Legion, comes equipped with the instrumental passes of each track (in all formats), and officially drops on Friday, May 19th via Legion Records.

 

Pre-Order A Bronx Tale: http://smarturl.it/PurchaseABronxTale

Twitter:

• Molecules: https://twitter.com/MoleculesBX

• DITC: https://twitter.com/DitcEnt

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