PREMIERE: Rozewood x Hus Kingpin “A Kiss From The Moon”

There is a reason why we’ve been premiering every new #TheWinners track or vid that has come out in the last month. MASS APPEAL is fully behind this rap renaissance that’s been building for the last couple of years and we definitely credit this crew for their major role in the movement. First, we gave you an ill SmooVth x Giallo Point cut that wasn’t even on their June release, Medellin. Then, we hit you an exclusive video of Hus Kingpin performing “Kingpin’s Canvas” at a Westside Gunn show. We followed that up with an absolute banger from Rosati titled “Pyramid Silhouette.” And at the top of this week we slapped down brand new Giallo Point producto.

To continue with this #TheWinners bombardment, we’re hitting you with the latest from two of the founding members of the crew, Rozewood aka Ghxst and Hus Kingpin. We really should have had Roze up in here sooner, but he’s been busy putting the finishing touches on his opus Channel 13. Today we finally get to give you a taste of the project in the form of the first single, “A Kiss From The Moon.” The joint begins with Gx dropping solemn bars and a flavory hook, while Hus gets abstract aggressive on ’em. Although there are no drums on this song, Roze and Hus keep their flows tight regardless. What they do lace up is a sparse soundscape made up of light strings, a simple piano run, and wind…yes, wind. But enough preamble, sniff this up ASAP and get your head right.

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