Njena Redddfoxxx – ‘Dominos’.

, 8 March 2013
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This has been floating around on the internet for a while now but we figured it best we share it. Njena Redddfoxxx is a New York emcee you might recognise from Zebra Katz‘s fashion-world hit, ‘Ima Read’. Beyond that she tends to tour and perform with him and feature in a few videos but there’s also a solo side to her work, bringing us to this rachet gem, ‘Dominos’, featuring production by London’s Jepordise.

Carrying on the swagger from her brilliantly biting ‘Silly Bitch‘, Redddfoxxx’s heavy blows are softened by the moody sonic ambience gliding below. Merciless jibes over hulking bass makes for an intoxicating escape from reality.**

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