The thing that makes Living Legends so “legendary” is the lyrical dynamite that emerges when they mix and match their skills. And when the eight-man roster splits into cells, it’s like a simultaneous attack from all sides, each with its own dose of head-bobbing collabs and, let’s not forget, an album to sell. Case in point: Grouch and Eligh, one-quarter of this famous West Coast crew. Since... More >>>