Horseshoe Gang’s debut LP is ready to drop in 2016. The quartet have been grinding for years now and dropped more than a handful of mixtapes and 1 off singles for our listening pleasure and now they are taking it a step further with a full length project titled Anti Trap Music. Their debut single off the aforementioned album is a laid back, bass heavy joint called Poverty Slogan which delves into the subject matter with a tongue in cheek outlook.

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Los Angeles group Horseshoe Gang, the younger brothers of Kxng Crooked (aka Crooked I), are set to release their new album “Anti Trap Music” in early Spring 2016 on Seven 13 Music & Entertainment.

With a host of previous EP’s, mixtapes and albums under their belt. the four Emcees have been prolific over the past 6 years with additional launches such as their Horseshoe Weekly series and C.O.B. cyphers. As part of the Southwest Kings Tour, they hit the road with their elder brother and Rittz earlier this year, following up with the release of their “Knockin on Rap’s Door” EP. Most recently they hit the headlines for taking up Funk Volume’s $500,000 rap battle challenge with their track “Half a Meal” produced by DJ Khalil.

They’ll be appearing at the SXSW Festival in March next year

“Poverty Slogans” is the first single taken from their new album and has just been released today on iTunes Produced by Denmark’s Jonathan Elkaer & DJ E.D.D.E.H.

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