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MP3: SeedXNottz – The Devil’s In The White House (@NiggalisCage @NottzRaw)

MP3: SeedXNottz - The Devil's In The White House (@NiggalisCage @NottzRaw)

Nearly 20 years after dropping classic material together, Seed & Nottz are back at it with a fiery new single, “The Devil’s In The White House”, aimed squarely at, well, the devil currently residing in the White House. It’s also the first official single that we’re hearing from their forthcoming collaborative album, No Way In Hell.

For those unfamiliar, “TDITWH” is a welcome (re)introduction to one of Hip-Hop’s most unique and talented voices. Hailing from Brooklyn, NY, Seed (aka The Bad Seed) made a major splash in the late ‘90s with several joints produced by a then-burgeoning Nottz. And even though it’s taken years for them to get back together, they clearly haven’t lost a step.

MP3: SeedXNottz - The Devil's In The White House (@NiggalisCage @NottzRaw)

The single offers a searing look at the corruption and bullshit currently playing out in the U.S., and it’s set to a thunderous, looping instrumental from the VA beatsmith. And funny enough, Seed said that another track on the album, “Bad Mood”, was actually set to be the single. But the rapper went with “TDITWH” because, well…“Trump just kept whylin.” That’s definitely putting it lightly.

The Devil’s In The White House” is available now for stream and download through all major DSPs, and can be purchased for Instant Grat off the iTunes’ pre-order for No Way in Hell. The ten-track LP boasts guests appearances from Rock (Heltah Skeltah), Sauce Money, Napsndreds, Tiye Phoenix and DJ Total Eclipse (X-Ecutioners), and is set to drop on Friday, Sept 28 via Crisis Center Collective.

**UPDATE** The music video is now available and you can give it a watch below…