Statik Selektah’s Population Control is in stores now.
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Statik Selektah has a grimy video for “Population Control” with Sean Price and Termanology. Population Control is on sale now.
Qualified chef-turned-rapper from Queens, New York, newcomer Action Bronson has built up a loyal following since he decided to leave the kitchen for a recording studio only 18 short months ago. However, the man Rolling Stone Magazine recently called the “Artist to Watch” didn’t stray too far from the kitchen, as he is well known for rapping about his culinary delights. Action’s experiences lend a unique flavour to his rhymes, where you’ll find witty mentions of duck prosciutto, Tunisian olives, smoked brisket and other delicacies along with vivid imagery of a modern-day Viking pillaging his way across New York.
Statik Selektah is an established producer, DJ & radio personality from Lawrence, MA, now residing in Brooklyn, NY.
Statik has released three producer albums: ’100 Proof’ (2010), ‘Stick 2 the Script (2008), & ‘Spell My Name Right’ (2007). He has also released collaborative albums with Termanology (2010) & Saigon (2009). Statik Selektah has done digital-only EPs as part of his 24 hour album recording series with Freddie Gibbs (2011) & Freeway (2011).
Since late in 2009, Emcee/Producer tandem Statik Selektah and Termanology have been hard at work on their landmark collaborative album 1982. Now New York transplants, Statik and Termonology are Massachusetts natives and have worked together frequently throughout the last five years—yet 1982 marks their first full-length project together.