After T.I. paid DJ Self a visit, State Property along with Pain In Da Ass, made their way to Power 105.1. The gang wasn’t all there, but they held their own with some solid bars. Neef Buck ought to speak more. Whoa!
Beanie’s new album is almost here and before it drops he reunites the Chain Gang in this new video. Damn, there are some fine ladies in this one too. This Time, August 28th.
The chain remains, the game is intact. And before Freeway’s The Intermission drops tomorrow, he and the crew goes triple six on us for their track. Produced by Jake One. Says SP:
“This picture reflects the moment where a group of tired and war torn soldiers are between battles- resting, healing, regrouping – without losing sight of the fact that there is more to do on the battlefield. State Property knows that their collective presence has been missing from hip-hop but also understands there is more to do as a unit, on the battlefield. State Prop back.”