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L. Luciano, Shaw Langley & Ben E Brix – C.U.G. [Video]

Edmonton, ABL. Luciano, Shaw Langley, and Ben E Brix (of the Come Up Gang) just launched their latest visuals for their self-titled “C.U.G.” joint. In case you’re not familiar, the Come Up Gang (C.U.G.) is one of Edmonton’s up-and-coming crews. And they are in beast-mode.

The visuals were 
filmed by Clipse 
Musical, and edited by Oso Smooth and Ant Foe Filthy Clean Pros. Video production and direction is courtesy of Shaw Langley. He also did the production on the track. 
Check it below and keep up on all things C.U.G. at

L. Luciano, Shaw Langley & Ben E Brix – C.U.G. [Video]  -

Here’s a bit of a breakdown as to what role each respective MC fills for the Come Up Gang: L. Luciano is an MC, but he also handles most of the crew’s business and promotions. Shaw Langley raps, produces, and works the visual media grind. And Ben E Brix is an MC with a penchant for solid lyricism.

Although C.U.G.’s Akay Audemar and Raw Malone don’t make appearances on this track, these visuals give a pretty accurate depiction of the entire C.U.G. crew: mad hungry MCs on the come-up showing love to the YEG.

Twitter: @ComeUpGangMusic | @Lionheartent | @shawlangley@buildwithbrix

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