Wu-Tang affiliate Killarmy's own 9th Prince drops a new video for the track "Bottomline" off his forthcoming album, "Prince of New York" in stores November 11th. Produced by William Cooper Booth (of Black Market Militia), the track has that classic gritty underground sound that catapulted the Wu-Tang Clan to stardom in the early '90s.
Accompanied by a stunning visual rendition of the "James Bond-style intro" 9th Prince raps over sultry female silhouettes, guns, fire and the city that raised him. Just like his brother RZA, and the Wu-Tang Clan, 9th reps Staten Island to the fullest with a stripped-down style reminiscent of early 90's golden age hip-hop. There's no doubling of his vocals, no club scenes with strobe lights... just old-school hip-hop, spit hard over a straight head-nodder.
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Killarmy Presents... 9th Prince
"Prince of New York"
In Stores November 11th