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A trio of rugged rhymers: Sean Price, the Brooklyn-bred lyricist that’s quick to knock your block off Jailhouse Rock style; Diabolic, the aggressive Suffolk County rhyme sayer that spits with reckless abandon; and Vinnie Paz, the misanthropic Philly native who stays ready for battle, all make up the foundation for “Game Time,” the latest release from Diabolic’s forthcoming ‘Fightin Words’ LP, that’s set to drop 9/16. Although Diabolic might not be a household name just yet, his accolades are worth mentioning: earning a spot on Billboard’s Hip Hop and R&B charts, as well as receiving the HHUG Best Album of the Year Award with his debut ‘LP, Liar & a Thief,’ are quite the accomplishments. Over a slick cut from the Brooklyn beat-smith, 5th Seal, who manages to squeeze everybody from Das EFX to the late Guru in this Premier’esque scratch hook, “Game Time” takes things back to the time where lyrics were valued over everything. Pre-orders for ‘Fightin Words’ are now available through iTunes via digital download, or Fat Beats on either CD or 2xLP.
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