Veteran producer, Endemic Emerald, preps upcoming 3rd album “The Virux”

Now more than ever, the thought of a small group of elites pulling the world’s strings seems very probable.  Various agendas appear to get green-lit, accelerated, censored, and/or even halted by what feels like the hidden hand of a wizard behind a curtain.  Some of these very ideas have even been presented to the big screen over 30 years ago in John Carpenter‘s science fiction film, “They Live”.  Today, United Kingdom native and veteran hip hop producer, Endemic Emerald, felt compelled to title his new single, “They Live”, giving a nod to the cult classic movie while also reminding the people not to be sheeple simply getting led to the slaughterhouse.  Endemic explained, “It is time for all to wake up.  So much is happening right in front of our eyes, so it was important to me to warn the people through my music”.

On “They Live”, the New York City-based producer sets the stage with a vocal sample explaining that secret signals are being sent throughout the globe, taking control of minds and pushing a repressive society.  Next, an electrifying soundscape thirsting for some truth-quenching bars welcomes in the dragon-slayer MC, Chris Rivers, who breaks down his thoughts of the “anonymous they” before giving the floor to Revenge of the Truence (R.O.T.) to bat cleanup on this esoteric subject.

“They Live” is the first single from Endemic Emerald’s upcoming 3rd album, “The Virux”, which features a long list of renowned guest appearances including Planet AsiaGeneral SteeleRoyal FlushSadat XTragedy KhadafiRustee Juxx, and Rim.  “The Virux” is slated to arrive on all digital platforms December 10th, and will also be available on limited edition CDs, cassettes and vinyl via No Cure Records / Fat Beats / Ingrooves Music Group. (Source: Galactic Push)

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1.   The Virux
2.   Militant Ethos
        ft. General SteeleTragedy KhadafiRustee Juxx & Royal Flush
3.   Champion Sound
        ft. Darkim Be Allah & Kasim Allah
4.   The Awakening
        ft. Planet Asia, Lucky Tatt FRD FRLN
5.   Across 110th Street
        ft. Revenge of the Truence
6.   Critical Mass
        ft. RimInnocent?Foul Monday & Mr. Switch
7.   Actual Science
        ft. Planet AsiaSadat XDarkim Be Allah & Kenyattah Black
8.   They Live
        ft. Chris Rivers Revenge of the Truence
9.   Battle Zone
        ft. Rustee JuxxSkanksSupreme & P.F. Cuttin
10. Yesterday Is Tommorrow
        ft. Mic Handz, Innocent? & Dready Kruger
11. The Struggle
        ft. Neek the Exotic & Darkim Be Allah 

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