Showing posts with label Substance Abuse. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Substance Abuse. Show all posts

Substance Abuse - Three Sheets to the Wind (feat. Sadat X)



Substance Abuse (consisting of emcees Eso Tre and Subz) just dropped some new visuals for their track "Three Sheets to the Wind", which features the Los Angeles hip-hop duo teaming up with the legendary Sadat X. The song is ill and is a cut from their "Background Music" LP that came out back in late 2012, which you can cop below.

Substance Abuse - Frontrow (Video)



Los Angeles duo Substance Abuse (consisting of emcees Eso Tre and Subz) dropped their "Background Music" LP back in late 2012, but I just now got a chance to check out the visuals for a track off of the album called "Frontrow." The video actually dropped a few months back, but the song is very dope so I decided to post it up for those that missed it like I did.

Substance Abuse (feat. Percee P and Myka 9) - Paper Tigers

Los Angeles duo Substance Abuse (consisting of emcees Eso Tre and Subz) return with their latest video for the track "Paper Tigers", which features guest appearances from Percee P and Myka 9. The song is taken from their most recent album "Background Music", which dropped in late 2012.
"Background Music marks the long awaited return from one of hip hop’s most revered and critically acclaimed groups, Los Angeles based outfit Substance Abuse.  Known for rhymes and beats that evoke what has now come to be known as hip hop’s golden era, Substance Abuse has tracks that will endear modern audiences to a style of music that is consistently yearned for but seldom made"
Very dope. Make sure to pick up the full album over on iTunes and support real hip-hop.




Substance Abuse - Background Music (Album)

Los Angeles duo Substance Abuse (consisting of emcees Eso Tre and Subz) dropped their "Background Music" LP back in late 2012. The album is really dope and features guest appearances from KRS-One, Tash, MC Eiht, and Sadat X, among others. You can check out the track "Rear View" (which features hip-hop pioneer KRS-One) below as well as videos for "West Los" and "What It Takes". If you are feelin it, make sure you pick up the LP on iTunes or on Amazon.