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EDITORS’ NOTES

One of the most consistent and prolific producers working today, Boston's Statik Selektah first hit the scene alongside Massachusetts rapper Termanology and has since become a star in his own right, hosting a long-running radio show on Shade 45, cooking up explosive beats for countless emcees, and putting out a group of exceptional albums. He's dropped collabo projects with Bumpy Knuckles, Reks, Freddie Gibbs, Saigon, and Strong Arm Steady, plus his own compilation-style albums like Spell My Name Right, Stick 2 the Script, and Population Control. On Extended Play, he hooks up with rookies and vets alike, assembling an impressive guest list that includes Raekwon, Joey Bada$$, Blu, Posdnous, Talib Kweli, Bun B, Smif-N-Wessun, Mac Miller, Action Bronson, and many more. As usual, his tracks are ferocious, dramatic, bugged-out, and reliably funky, cementing his status as a top-tier beat maestro. Don't miss Noreaga and Lil Fame on "East Coast," "21 & Over" with Sean P, and a rejuvenated Prodigy on "Pinkie Ring."

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of the most consistent and prolific producers working today, Boston's Statik Selektah first hit the scene alongside Massachusetts rapper Termanology and has since become a star in his own right, hosting a long-running radio show on Shade 45, cooking up explosive beats for countless emcees, and putting out a group of exceptional albums. He's dropped collabo projects with Bumpy Knuckles, Reks, Freddie Gibbs, Saigon, and Strong Arm Steady, plus his own compilation-style albums like Spell My Name Right, Stick 2 the Script, and Population Control. On Extended Play, he hooks up with rookies and vets alike, assembling an impressive guest list that includes Raekwon, Joey Bada$$, Blu, Posdnous, Talib Kweli, Bun B, Smif-N-Wessun, Mac Miller, Action Bronson, and many more. As usual, his tracks are ferocious, dramatic, bugged-out, and reliably funky, cementing his status as a top-tier beat maestro. Don't miss Noreaga and Lil Fame on "East Coast," "21 & Over" with Sean P, and a rejuvenated Prodigy on "Pinkie Ring."

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