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Gonna let Michelle McDevitt speak on this one. Her words are far more eloquent.

The f0nk duo, Georgia & Declaime, has busied themselves with the delivery of another single off their album, SomeOthaShip. Featuring Kazi and produced by Black Milk, the song “SomeOthaShip Connect Game” delivers on beats that Declaime AKA Dudley Perkins just couldn’t resist. “SomeOthaShip was unexpected – originally, Dudley, Kazi, and Grap Luva were going to do a track over a Kev Brown beat, but when D sat down and heard Black’s beat, they recorded right away,” says Michael Tolle, founder of Mello Music Group. Declaime rides a piano-laden f0nkdified beat to drive home the message about the sometimes-inauthentic hip-hop industry. An eerie melody accompanies Declaime’s description of a life consumed by partying, alcohol and drugs – a life the public has come to expect from those in the industry. The emcee chooses to remind listeners that regardless of facades and fronts, real hip-hop is still alive. Reintroducing a verse from the song “Get Up”, Declaime affirms his position in the game as a respected artist and emcee by declaring, “Return the war vet / Bet your bottom dollar that/You ain’t seen nothing yet.”

The album is available now via Itunes.


Georgia & Declaime – “SomeOthaShip Connect Game” (Feat. Kazi; Prod. Black Milk) (MP3)

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