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The Extremities – Dial Tones ft. Ghettosocks, Lushlife & Ambition [Video] #TBT

Toronto, ON – Happy #TBT, good people of the Internet. A couple days ago, we dropped the announcement that our dude Fresh Kils had signed to New York-based Deep Thinka Records. We also announced that Fresh Kils was going to be heading overseas to tour Europe on Apr. 15, along with Mad Dukez and PremRock.

So today we want to bring you back to July 2012 when The Extremities duo (that would be mister Fresh Kils, himself; as well as Halifax’s Uncle Fester) dropped a video with Ghettosocks, Lushlife, and Ambition. The track is called “Dial Tones,” and it came off of The Extremities’ project entitled The Mint Condition. The video was funded by MuchFACT, and done by Lithium Studios Productions, directed by Darrell Faria, produced by Mike MacMillan, and edited by Kyle Wilson. Check it out.

The Extremities - Dial Tones ft. Ghettosocks, Lushlife & Ambition [Video] #TBT - HipHopCanada.com

This is just the hippest little game of telephone tag that ever happened. Everyone’s versing back-and-forth through the phone waves. And then somehow, an Extremities block-party beat-down turns into the best party ever. With fireworks. And a dime strumming a pink ukulele. And mascot costumes. And more. And Ghettosocks buys No Name-brand stuff and munchies.


Twitter: @freshkils | @TheExtremities |@deepthinka

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