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ELMNT – Night’s Over Egypt (Prod. Tut Piece) [Audio]

Toronto, ON – Former T-Dot resident ELMNT has been on his hustle lately. Dude dropped three singles in one week; including this super dope ode to the late great Nate Dogg entitled “Night’s Over Egypt.” ELMNT comes in on some Tut Piece production that samples Nate Dogg’s “I Got Love,” with additional sample cuts done by ELMNT, himself.

This joint’s got that old-school West Coast bump-and-grind feel that Nate Doggy Dogg epitomized. But ELMNT works the production and makes it his own with some gnarly rhymes and serious straight-talk that calls out ELMNT’s fellow rap cats. The Serbian-Canadian now resides in Italy. But come on – he’s basically still Torontonian fam. Check it below. And get ready to Nate-out.


ELMNT - Night's Over Egypt (Prod. Tut Piece) [Audio] -

Twitter: @ELMNTmusic | @TutPiece

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