Baby Blak lays down “The Bottom Line” with an array of murdering metaphors & concrete similes, backed by Sweden’s Elite Fleet members, DJ Devastate & Max I Million, on production. Blak, the seasoned Hip-Hop veteran, needs no introduction to any real rap fiend. With a catalog that spreads over two decades, with collaborations that include The Roots, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Obie Trice, The Alchemist, Sean Price, Evidence, Planet Asia, & DJ Revolution, Blak has proven himself time and time again, to rank amongst Philly’s topflight school of emcees. Blak is hailed for his smooth lyrical delivery, often combining thought worthy concepts with raw street corner aesthetics.
For his latest single, “The Bottom Line,” Blak complements the bouncy yet rugged beat with his self-revelatory lines: “I guess I never sign on the dotted line/I guess I do it independent, bottom line.” The track is a true street scripture with relevance to anyone discouraged by today’s Hip-Hop climate. Both the production & cuts on “The Bottom Line” are provided courtesy of Sweden’s DJ Devastate, with a remixed crafted by Max I Million. “The Bottom Line” is now available through iTunes, and all major digital retailers, via Cinema7 Multimedia Group.
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