Conscience Rhyme Releases Single “Da Expendables” Feat Op-Solo

Miami-bred emcee Conscious Rhyme releases a new single “Da Expendables”. The single features his partner in rhyme Op-Solo.  This is the first single off of his underground album “”The Unauthorized Bio of Patrick J. Wilcox” .

He shares: “This song was created as a tribute to my home town Miami Florida and was originally going to feature my cousin Nu Money. I’m not big on the southern snares and 808’s but thats were I came from and I just wanted to put my hip hop spin on it. My cousin was out of pocket so I asked my partner in rhyme Op-Solo to jump on as a challenge and my boy ran with it and dropped a gem. The crazy thing about this song is Op-Solo hated it and still does but the masses who have heard it love it. So much so Op-Solo had to take another look.’

Listen to the single: 

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