New Music: The Lower Class – 89

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This song is about as classic hip-hop as a song can get. All the way thrown back to the days of b-boys and real disc jockeys, The Lower Class puts heavy doses of nostalgia into ’89’. Off the recently released “Wingfield” EP, ’89’ impresses and turns head with the very solid flows and contrast of styles from member to member. The production on this track is filled with soul and provides a wholesome canvas for the lyrical stylings of the Texas-based crew. I’m catching a lot of very progressive influences from The Lower Class. The loosely knit structure of the track gives a Pharcyde-esque cypher feel and the production mixes a classic sample game with very ambient modern mixing.

I’m not sure who the members are, or how many cats make up The Lower Class, but I’m definitely interested in hearing more of their music. The nostalgic brand of proletariat hip hop they’re coming with is effortlessly positive and steadfastly classic. The Lower Class give off the vibe that they’re on an equal plane as their listeners, not raging egomaniacs covered in melted gold. Blue collar raps are refreshing. Recognize quality when you hear it, follow the link and grab a free d0wnload of “Wingfield” [HERE].


New Music: The Lower Class – 89


The Lower Class of San Marcos, TX recently released their new single “89” from their upcoming project “Wingfield”, which will be available on March 29th. This single captures the essence of hip-hop with mentions of what made hip-hop the driving factor that it became. Tracks like this is what made me fall in love with hip-hop in the first place.

The beat which was produced by¬†imaGenius of the lower class smooth and slightly progressive without being outrageous. The lyrics are delivered with superb clarity and the message is delivered without any type of confusion. Check out the song below and if you like it support these guys by getting “Wingfield” on March 29th.

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