If you have been following the past post's we've done on The Murkle EP that Kardinal Offishall and producer Double Time are getting ready to release as the duo Illsmith, than your already up to speed with some of the song's they've have given out already like "Wilin" and "Fresh". With their latest track off the album "Kolours", Kardinal and Double Time create a slick rendition of what colour's have become to stand for today's time. Take in Illsmith's newest track below and be sure to check out their previous release's if you haven't yet! Download: Illsmith - "Kolours"
Without a doubt, we would all much rather see today's youth "Wilin" in the club having fun, not "Wilin" in the streets where violence is always an outcome. Spreading this message across, Kardinal and producer Double Time as Illsmith drop an amazing video filled with scenes that imitate some of these wild over the top party's we see in most music videos, with a twist..because the whole time there is a lot of good propaganda. Watch Illsmith's new video "Wilin" below and let me know if you can spot all the positive messages they put into the video.
"hopefully Mu'fers read between the lines and pause the video to read the propaganda we spreading (and not just pause to look at the ass-although that's ok too...). Watch closely. Listen closer..."
With The Murkle EP's release date getting closer everyday. Kardinal Offishall and Double Time - together called Illsmith - are back with another sneak peak after dropping "Wilin" . On "Fresh" Kardinal speaks about how today's trends just cause debt among many consumers which I think is great because it affects many. All over some dope techno vibes too!Which makes for a capturing track. A quote from the lyrics,
"People dying for Jordan's, Jordan dying of laughter though, You just spent your last 3 bills hustling backwards yo Living at your mama crib wit 10 pair's of Jeremy's, No pot to piss in but your kicks a different pedigree"Take in Ill Smith's new banger and let me know your opinion on the song, or it's message in the comments section.
Kardinal Offishall has teamed up with producer Double Time over the past while to create a 5 song EP, The Murkle. Their first release from it is the lead single "Wilin". "Filled with siren-esque synths, trunk-rattling percussion and sampled yelps, the emcee encourages young listeners to knock back drinks at the local spot rather than throwing bullets out on the streets." As a duo Illsmith might have created the song of the summer here. Stream/Download "Wilin" underneath and let me know your thoughts on this new banger! Be on the lookout for the full project to drop April 1st. Download: Illsmith - Wilin'