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Doom Squad – Feb. 2014 Cypher ft. Stripes [Video]

Edmonton, AB – On Jan. 6, Edmonton’s Doom Squad crew released their latest album entitled The Prosper Project. And to prolong all of the hype that the new album has been receiving, the Doom Squad dudes (Kryple, Trippz, and Nine Livez) decided to link up with Edmontonian rapper Stripes for this sweet cypher video.

The video was directed by Sonik, and the track was produced by Doom Squad’s own Kryple. Check it out below and head over to iTunes to cop a download of The Prosper Project.

Doom Squad – Feb. 2014 Cypher ft. Stripes [Video]- HipHopCanada.com

You have to give some serious props to Doom Squad for their ability to collaborate with virtually everyone in Edmonton. Doom Squad is one of those crews that shouldn’t work, in theory – they all have such different styles and flows. But because they’re all masters of their own crafts, they come together as one of the freshest super-trios around. And their collaborations are always so on-point.

Back in December, they got with Deffine and Sonik to form the L.O.D crew. And they dropped some sick visuals for their track “March.” And now they’re collaborating with Stripes –dude’s got tight flow, as well as some really solid punchlines. And those facial expressions are golden.


Twitter: @Kryple | @StripesEmpire | @NINELIVEZ_DOOM | @sonikhiphop

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