April 27, 2015

I have no idea what he's saying, but I sure do like the sound of it. I'm no expert on Swedish hip hop, but these guys have been around long enough to the point where they've put together a pretty good sound. Afasi & Filthy have since split up, but they each have their own projects in the form of Maskinen and Filthy's career as a music producer. However, they left enough material behind to satisfy any new fans of Swedish hip hop.

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