Ruste Juxx & Canadian producer BigBob Pattison drop visuals for “Deadly Stylez”
Canadian producer BigBob Pattison and Brooklyn’s own Ruste Juxx recently teamed up for the new 12-track collaborative project, Culturally Rich.
To kick off 2020, the pair dropped the visuals for the album’s latest single, “Deadly Stylez,” directed by Mo Stafford.
Ruste Juxx’s bars are intense with emotion and intention, and his flow is vigorous and sharp. Visionary Canadian producer BigBob—who has worked with the likes of KRS-One, D.I.T.C., Lil Fame, Tragedy Khadafi, and more—paints the background to Juxx’s force with a potent soundscape with calculated sampling and cuts by DJ Pressure.
Culturally Rich was originally released on Dec. 10th with guest appearances by General Steele, Guilty Simpson, Rockness Monsta, Big Twins, Skanks the Rap Martyr, Pee General, and Milano Constantine.
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