Whenever a dope joint from the so-called "Golden Era" is either played or utilized in a new creation, it often sparks a sense of hip hop, especially in hip hop. Listening to "Passin' Me By 2012", an ode to the 1993 song by West Coast titans The Pharcyde. Four different, distinct artists laced this joint recorded at Street Legal Studio: Last Born Child, Lonnie Moore, Ill Concious, and 330. Together, they created a seamless concoction that does much justice to the original Pharcyde song. Consumer Voice CEO Lew Williams served as the brainchild behind this posse cut/cypher, and the four artists selected brought their own unique flows, styles, and subject matter to the table. Couple that with the precise cuts supplied by DJ Rich, and what you have is an instant classic. Making certain that the energy from the studio session could be visualized, Keystone Productions turned what could be a bland video production into a visual treat. Add these parts of the equation together, and you have "Passin' Me By 2012". After the video, follow or hit up each artist via Twitter. Enjoy!
LAST BORN CHILD: @ambassadorborn
LONNIE MOORE: @LonnieMoore410
ILL CONSCIOUS: @Ill_Conscious
CONSUMER VOICE: @cvegceo