Souls of Mischief "Proper Aim"
Oakland's Souls of Mischief are finally returning with a new album after almost ten years away. The flows have never stopped, though, as "Proper Aim" finds the quartet of MCs elegantly spitting while Prince Paul's jazzy, old-school production style helps the piece maintain a refined sense of what hip-hop is really about: dusty drum loops, great samples, and excellent vocalized poetry. Culled from Montezuma's Revenge, which comes out today, "Proper Aim" also has a new video which fans can peep here.
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