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by Pizzo
24 February, 2011@8:26 am
6 comments



Hip-hop legend Virtuoso is back with another display of his trademark tongue twisting lyricism over concussive production. This time he has enlisted the assistance of long time collaborators Akrobatik (of The Perceptionists) and Casual (of Hieroglyphics). “No Fear” is a sure-fire fan favorite combining two of Virtuoso’s closest collaborators over production from iconoclastic indie production powerhouse Blue Sky Black Death. “No Fear” is a cut off of Virtuoso’s latest full length release titled “The Final Conflict” (the third chapter of the “Word War” trilogy) which is available now on Big Bang Records.

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LISTEN: Virtuoso – “No Fear” (Ft. Akrobatik & Casual)


Virtuoso – “No Fear” (Ft. Akrobatik & Casual)

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6 Responses to "Virtuoso – “No Fear” (Ft. Akrobatik & Casual)"
  • Skins says:

    I don’t think I’ve listened Virtuoso since the Incinerator/Orion’s Belt 12″ or Akrobatik since the Internet MC’s 12″ (both bought from HHS many years back at that). I may need to back track, this track is dope, and Casual has always been a beast.

  • The ILLatino says:

    “Hip Hop Legend?” GTFOH.

  • KillaBee2k5 says:

    @The ILLatino: This is a press release, that’s why it’s in italic! Of course they’re going to exagerate to push their artist!

    With that said, I’ve enjoyed some of Blue Sky Black Death’s stuff and some of Virtuoso’s albums, so I’ll give this a quick listen…

  • McNulty says:

    I like the artists on this, but this song’s kinda corny. And Akrobatik puts me to sleep

  • illstatic says:

    Obviously the 3 morons above me aren’t real hip hop heads. Questioning rather big virt is legendary or not? wtf have you been?Anyways, classic album. great lyrics no weak pop beats what more can you ask for?

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