Blacastan & Stu Bangas – War Crimes ft. Tragedy Khadafi [Song]

Posted on May 10, 2017 by

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Official Army Of The Pharaohs and Demigodz emcee Blacastan has been steadily staking his claim to the title of ‘savior of underground rap music’ since his debut mixtape Me Against The Radio and its key cut and video “Life Of A Tape” became an underground cult classic in 2007.  The rapper turned his attention to the mic after the Hartford, CT street life and  his strong-arm style of handling business, left a then 16-year-old Blacastan serving a bid in the mid-’90s.  He emerged from prison with a remarkable skill set, a throwback style and an unrivaled drive.  His 2010 debut album Blac Sabbathboasted production & vocals from the likes of Statik Selektah, Blue Sky Black Death, Mr. Green, Esoteric and Celph Titled, and 2012’s The Master Builder Part II, which was mixed by legendary DJ Doo Wop, had features from Slaine and  Reef the Lost Cauze, among others.

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