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[ The Distribution ] Endemic “King’s Indian Attack” ft Masta Killa & Cappadonna of the Wu-Tang Clan, Bronze Nazareth

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UK producer Endemic presents “King’s Indian Attack“, his new single featuring Masta Killa and Cappadonna of the Wu-Tang Clan as well as Bronze Nazareth. A native of the United Kingdom regarded as one of the country’s foremost hiphop producers, Endemic recently moved to New York City via a USA O-1 artist visa for “persons of extraordinary ability”. Following on the heels of “Cardinal” featuring Supreme and Darkim Be Allah (click to watch video), “High Society” featuring Tragedy Khadafi, Afu Ra and Ruste Juxx (click to watch video) and “Capos” featuring Roc Marciano, Kevlaar 7 and P.R. Terrorist (click to listen), “King’s Indian Attack” is the fourth single from Terminal Illness 2, which also features Planet Asia, Skyzoo, DJ Switch, Salute Da Kidd, Killah Priest, Hell Razah, Shabazz The Disciple, Bugsy Da God, Cyrus Malachi, Tesla’s Ghost, Ray Vendetta, Sav Killz, Prodigal Sunn, William Cooper and M9. TI2 is the followup to the 2009 Money Maker/EMI release Terminal Illness, which featured Sean Price as well as UK artists C Mone and Triple Darkness, and received radio play from DJ Premier. In 2010 Duck Down Records released Adamantine, Endemic’s collaboration record with Ruste Juxx which featured General Steele of Smif N Wessun and Ill Bill. “I hooked up with Masta Killa and Cappadonna through Mathew Markoff, he actually did some of the A&R work on the rest of the album,” says Endemic. “DJ Switch did his thing on the cuts once again and my man Bronze Nazareth [of The Wisemen] killed the anchor verse.” Terminal Illness 2 is out now.


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brandonw • December 27, 2013

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