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Video: Phantasm (of Cella Dwellas) & Soulbrotha (@12FingerDan) – Louder Than Ever

Phantasm (of Cella Dwellas) & Soulbrotha - Louder Than Ever [EP Artwork]

Phantasm, one half of the legendary duo Cella Dwellas, teams up with German SP1200 maestros Soulbrotha (12 Finger Dan & B-Base) to deliver a 90’s sounding banger. “Louder Than Ever / Brooklyn Remix” single available worldwide today (limited 7″ vinyl/digital) on Ill Adrenaline Records.

Phantasm (of Cella Dwellas) & Soulbrotha - Louder Than Ever [EP Tracklisting]

About Phantasm & Soulbrotha and “Louder Than Ever“:
Some emcees have preserved the gift of quality over time and Phantasm is one of these emcees. In the 90’s & early 2000, Phantasm & then partner UG were signed to almighty Loud Records as Cella Dwellas (later just The Dwellas) along with several heavyweight acts on the label’s roster including Wu-Tang Clan, Big Pun, Xzibit, M.O.P., & Mobb Deep. Phantasm & UG’s debut album ‘Realms ‘N Reality‘ (1996) debuted at #160 on the Billboard 200 charts and was mainly produced by underground mainstay beatsmith Nick Wiz. The Flatbush duo was also featured on fellow Brooklyn artist Masta Ace’s classic album ‘Sittin’ On Chrome‘. The Dwellas followed up with a dope second album, ‘The Last Shall Be First‘, in 2000 which featured Large Professor, Cocoa Brovaz, Organized Konfusion, Inspectah Deck (of Wu-Tang Clan), & many more.

Phantasm recently teamed up with Ill Adrenaline Records to release a timeless single, “Louder Than Ever“, produced by Germany’s own SP1200 maestros 12 Finger Dan & B-Base (aka Soulbrotha). Complete with a true school feel & a dope scratch hook, Phan executes with a sharp delivery with lines like “…had to pen them bars, got out the street life had to mend them scars. Praise God or Allah whoever sent us Nas.” Tall Man Phan is back to basics on his latest release.

You can cop “Louder Than Ever” on digital via iTunes & on limited 7″ vinyl via UGHH | Fat Beats | HHV | Vinyl-Digital