St Louis emcess Jah Orah & KD Assassin join forces on this 15 track (with an additional two bonus cuts) project called Used To Be Bobby & Darrick. It’s pretty dope to say the least, as the duo cover a wide range of topics like urban life, relationships and family, amongst other things. The beat selection ranges from hard body bangers and bouncy vibes to soulful boombap gems, and the major plus is they both can hold their own on the microphone to clear all doubts.

Features include ‘Aceyalone’ and ‘Black Spade’.

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Keeping St. Louis Pulsating with their brand of Street Hop Jah Orah And KD Assassin connect to bring us something good. Give this a listen. Anti Trap Music.

St. Louis emcee’s Jah Orah and KD Assassin introduced their brand of what KD has dubbed “Street Hop” with the release of their brand new full length LP entitled “Used To Be Bobby and Darrick”, that is released on indie label Systematic Muzick Presents.

With production from DJ Reminise and Tony Baines and a Super dope video shot by Prince Ea called “It’s Not The Same”(HERE) and was also featured on the popular weekly web series Snoop Dogg’s Underground Heat, these two are on to something with their movement. No cliche’s just real music that fills a void in the Hip Hop World. With features from MC923, Black Spade, Bo Dean, and Dharma Jean. Don’t say we didn’t give you a heads up on this one.

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