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Naturally Born Strangers – Drugs (Prod. Rich Kidd) [Audio]

Toronto, ON – Naturally Born Strangers (Rich Kidd, Tona, and Adam Bomb) recently dropped a new single entitled “Drugs.” And they couldn’t have picked a more perfect time to drop new tuneage on us. On Jan. 31 (that’s this upcoming Friday) our NBS dudes are taking over the Mod Club (722 College St.) in Toronto for a special concert and pop-up shop showcasing the fresh new TheLegendsLeague product line.

“Drugs” was produced by Rich Kidd and recorded by Kyle Harrison at The Remix Project in Toronto. The track was mixed by Dan Weston. Give it a listen below.


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“Drugs” is a fun light-hearted track. Just kidding. It’s a deep contemplative track that will make you think about things. But it kicks off innocently enough with a list-off of popular street drugs, laced over a spacey vibed-out Rich Kidd beat. But then you realize that the NBS are spitting some serious real talk. Drug-usage has become an inevitable. And despite all of the negative consequences that result from drug usage, it just keeps happening. NBS doesn’t claim to have any answers. But they provide some thought-provoking commentary to activate your feelers. I’m not going to recommend smoking out on this joint, either. You’ll probably start overanalyzing your lifestyle choices, or something.

Although this track didn’t make it on to the crew’s recently released Naturally Born Strangers mixtape, it will be available on the hard-copy records for sale at Friday’s festivities. So if you’re itching for some NBS action, head to the Mod Club (722 College St.) on Friday night for a killer event sponsored by us (of course), as well as the good folks over at NOW Toronto, Noisey, and Manifesto. Buy tickets online at or at LiveStock Toronto (116 Spadina Ave).

Twitter: @richkiddbeats | @_Adam_Bomb_ | @isatona@LegendsLeague

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