Rejoice! New music out of Philly with the good folks of the Hardwork Movement. I’ve been a fan of Sterling Duns and the gang for quite some time now, and it’s only fair I get these Good Problems to our readers.
A special shoutout to Andy Wade for the dope artwork!
Don’t forget, if you’re in the Philly area, the album release show is tonight. Get in tune at Kungfunecktie.com. #Go #DropaJewel4Mayor
Yessuh!! New music from the Hardwork Movement. Hardwork Movement is an alternative hip-hop group based out of Philadelphia. Though they are labeled as hip-hop, the group’s music is cross-genre, celebrating not only traditional hip-hop, but neo-soul and indie influences. The group is composed 4 members, 3 emcees (West Philly rapper’s Sterling Duns, RB Ricks and Rick Banks) and one vocalist (Keys). With a longstanding friendship, the group has been creating music for the past three years releasing 4 mixtapes in the process and playing shows from Philadelphia to Brooklyn and DC. They will be releasing their upcoming, “Good Problems” on January 7th, 2016.
This latest track, produced by NY based producer Phozz and Philly producer Arpeggio features the Duns, Ricks, and Banks goin in as Keys empowers the people to see themselves as Living Legends akin to “Hendrix, Michael, and Marvin”. #GetExcited
In my opinion, these cats just make good music. Keep your eyes peeled for their upcoming shows if you are in the Philadelphia area.
“God hates Renoir”
The rsap movement is back with a vengeance!