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Armed with a dusty SP-1200 and equally weathered records, Gensu Dean made a splash in the indie rap scene with his debut LP Lo-Fi Fingahz on Mello Music Group. The record was an uncompromising modern display of tradition—hardcore MC’s over hardcore beats, plain and simple. The project was a proud beacon for the old guard, a proclamation that hip-hop can grow but the roots will always be the foundation. Now Gensu and MMG are dropping the instrumentals.

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  1. Shorty Henderson on June 26, 2012

    Some loud-ass blue on that album cover. Definitely get your attention when you’re browsing the stacks at a record store running on fumes. Pretty soon we won’t have anymore of them; and what the fuck happens when your computer breaks?