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Rascals - Ape Shit MP3 [EMI]
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Tuesday, 28 August 2012
Rascals - Ape Shit MP3 [EMI]Once just youngers in the grime scene, Rascals (formerly know as Lil' Rascals) have come a long way down the music road. The group, made up of MCs Shizz, Tempz, Merkz and singer, Kay Willz, are now signed to EMI and are on a new leg of their adventure. New single Ape Shit is the first track off the forthcoming mixtape, The Launch Volume 2 (landing in October 2012).

Despite the track title, it's not about excreting monkeys, it's actually about going "ape shit". If you still don't know what that means, you haven't been living life properly. Naturally the track is full of swagger and wit; something Rascals have never gone without. Now it's their time to set the bar.

With an especially cocky hook, which is nothing new to the crew, Rascals' on-point flows naturally bounce off each other. Ape Shit is awash with confident lyrics, ball grabbing references and boastful girlfriend stealing antics. Check out the new video and 'don't be hatin' cos you ain't it'.

Ape Shit (Disclaimer this song will do to you what it says on the tin. Be warned).





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