When faced with adversity or tragedy, we as humans have only 2 options; either wallow in sorrow or use it as a fuel to propel yourself to greater heights. Bekay is no stranger to WIB and as we know life hasn’t been too nice for homie but as a wise man he chose the latter of the two options I mentioned earlier linking up with French producer Alterbeats. The track is dark, gripping and ominous with pounding drums which gives Bekay the liberty to spaz out with reckless abandon. The video is a straight up grimy clip, need I say more?

In a land heavily populated by studio gangsters, Bekay goes straight to the title shot match with his brand of unorthodox, yet hard hitting rhymes. With its Far East undertones, “Idol” comes together as a track that’ll transport you back to the 36 Chambers. The raucous soundscape will have you nodding your head as the Brooklyn emcee delivers a relentless flurry of lethal punchlines. “Idol” is one of the many bangers featured on Alterbeats’ sophomore compilation album Class Struggle, which becomes available on October 29th in both digital format through all major digital retailers, as well physical CD, where it will be sold through several record shops and online outlets. Class Struggle boasts guests appearances from both legendary and upcoming underground mainstay emcees Tragedy Khadafi, Neek The Exotic, Shabaam Sahdeeq, Copywrite, Verbal Kent, Skeezo, and Mic Handz, among others.. stay tuned!

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