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[Hip Hop] “Breaker 1-2” – Sekreto & Caballeros Del Plan G on The New Impossebulls Album
October 15, 2014  //  By:   //  Music, Non Latin, Spanish Hip Hop  //  No Comment   //   886 Views

Last week we covered the release of the new Impossebulls’ digital max-single “The Getback” which features Public Enemy’s Chuck D. Yesterday the full length album”Everything Has Changed; Nothing Is Different” finally dropped. The album gives fans that classic 90s hip-hop vibe. The album was made available as a FREE for download via blocsonic.com. You are also able to order 3 different version of the retial CD via Chuck D’s Slam Jamz Records.

The Durango, Mexico rapper Sekreto who has previous rocked with Impossebulls when he first appeared with them on Public Enemy’s “ICEbreaker” and then on “Do You Know What They Say” (Remixx), one of the B side songs of the recently released digital max-single “The Getback”.  Sekreto links up teams up with the Bulls on for their new album, but this time Indho Metodo and Simplee represent Caballeros del Plan G.  It’s the 13th song of the album called “Breaker 1-2”.

The album also features Chuck D, DJ Lord and Brother Mike Williams of Public Enemy, DMC of Run DMC, & Son of Bazerk and No Self Control among others.

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Download the FREE Album by clicking on Artwork or Copy link – http://www.blocsonic.com/releases/show/everything-has-changed-nothing-is-different

 

The Impossebulls Everything Has Changed; Nothing Is Different

 

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