Connie Price and the Keystones feat. Percee P – Thundersounds
Wednesday December 17th 2008,
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The Rhyme Inspector with live band > Percee over Madlib beats.

Connie Price and the Keystones feat. Percee P – ‘Thundersounds’

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Nice, im liking this

Comment by Liam 12.17.08 @

goods looks robbie. the pairing of madlib and percee p never really worked for me either. this is much better.

Comment by bacemonk 12.17.08 @

i just gotta say that i’m amazed by this site..its the best thing since ego trip or a listen to stretch n bob. i’ve been hooked on here for the past few weeks. very dope interviews to but you gotta update more lol. 2 weeks & i’ve read everything!!! props!!!!

Comment by 357 Nyc 12.17.08 @

for good or bad, 99% bad, Percee really started a trend of people lurking around fat beats peddling there music. unfortunatly they dont have the talent of Percee!!!

Comment by 357 Nyc 12.17.08 @

Good Look Robbie!!!!!!!!!


Comment by Roger Jones 12.17.08 @

357 Nyc wrote:
“Percee really started a trend of people lurking around fat beats peddling there music”

actually had one of them come up to me after seeing me come down with a fat beat bag if i’m into hip hop..huh?

Comment by dj blendz 12.18.08 @

Percees soundin ill on that ish!

Yea i love the site too,… the quality of your features is second to none,.. my only critiscism would be that you could post interviews more frequently but obviously thas jus coz i cant get enough of this ish.

Comment by RowanB 12.18.08 @

dopeness. percee always comes correct.

Comment by KQ 12.23.08 @

holy shit..thats one hell of a track.

Comment by 357 Nyc 12.31.08 @

Wicked track. I love that record cover too.

Comment by Manhattan 08.31.09 @

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