PaleFace Junkies drop new track ‘Heated Up’ feat. Liquor Store Bandits

PaleFace Junkies

St.Louis based hip hop outfit PaleFace Junkies have dropped a new track and accompanying video.

“Heated Up” was written and performed by PFJ’s Kid Vibe and Liquor Store Bandits with music produced by ADM of Lordz of Brooklyn.

The slice of real, old-school hip hop is accompanied by a video filmed by Marino and Kid Vibe, with editing by Young Stone. You can check it out below.

In interview with Skin Back Alley earlier this year, Kid Vibe commented on his approach to creating the tracks he puts out: “Real Hip Hop to me is when an artist makes music for the passion and the love. Rather they get paid or not. They are true to themselves and their art at all times. If it becomes watered down by veering off the path, instead of focusing on the music to chase money, fame, or reality TV attention than it’s not real.”

Take a listen to “Heated Up (feat. Liquor Store Bandits) via the stream below:

PaleFace Junkies released a killer remix of trailblazing rap artist Tairrie B’s solo hip hop single “Beware The Crone” back in September.

Said Kid Vibe of the collaboration: “I have been a huge fan of Tairrie B since her debut album The Power Of A Woman dropped on Eazy E’s Comptown Records label back in 1990, which is also when I first got into the hip hop scene.

“I am a fan of the Golden Era and her latest recordings give a nod to this while remaining fresh and relevant in 2015. I really dig what she has done with the original and wanted to give her a bit of evil East Coast flavour to compliment her West Coast style without changing the overall mood or feel of the song.”

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