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Alpha Uniform – City Love (Prod. K.E On The Track) [Audio]

Calgary, AB – The Alpha Uniform crew just launched their latest single entitled “City Love” (produced by K.E On The Track). This joint is an anthem that shows mad love to Calgary’s scene, and the heads in the YYC who are continuously building. Just listen to that hook: “This the city I live for/ These the people I die with/ This the city I live for/ These the n*ggas I ride with.” This track also pulls double-duty by showcasing Alpha Uniform’s crazy flow abilities. These guys can rap really fast. Especially Flow D.R on that first verse.

I get a lot of city-reppin’ anthems for the 416 because – you know – Toronto is always popping, and stuff. And Drake, etc. But I’m happy to see some cats showing love to the 403. There’s a lot of flex on this track. Which is not necessarily a bad thing; YYC is on the come-up and we could use a bit of flex. Check the track below.

Alpha Uniform - City Love (Prod. K.E On The Track) [Audio] - HipHopCanada.com

Also hi, Calgary Tower cover art. True story: they actually do light the top of the Calgary Tower on fire for special occasions. I discovered this on Canada Day while I was downtown watching the fireworks and I was like, “Holy crap. The Calgary Tower is on fire. Oh never mind.” Anyways, good chat.


Twitter: @AlphaUniformAU | @_keonthetrack

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