Pharoahe Monch’s New Group Th1rt3en Drops “Fight” With Cypress Hill
Pharoahe Monch, Daru Jones, and Marcus Machado’s new group th1rt3en taps Cypress Hill for new protest anthem “Fight.”
“The driving force behind ‘Fight’ is anger,” explains Pharoah, in an official press release. “Anger at a never-ending saga that repeats itself over and over. My frustration with people not hearing the outcries, until the atrocities of the brutality have been recorded on smartphones. And still, the people allow their willful ignorance to support and protect America’s culpability.” That anger is exemplified by Jones and Machado’s backdrop, a blend of distorted Rage Against The Machine-esque guitars and steady drum work, over which Monch and B-Real reflect on the ongoing state of society.
And based on their observations, it’s no wonder they’ve opted to throw down in defiance. Check out “Fight” now, and look for th1rt3en’s debut album to land early next year.
While we fighting over who the true father of Christ is
We’re suffering inside of an economical crisis
Children of the soul of the righteous
Turn into black vampires, lost and lifeless
You better protect your neck and I’m not talking about Wu-tang or Isis