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Impolite Society – Bootleg #1

Download: Impolite Society - Bootleg #1 - Available on Audiomack

Impolite Society (L-R): Kal The God, Fess Grandiose, Khalfani, Blakkass Westley, Elee X

Impolite Society serves up a hefty compilation project that features group and solo work from individual members, and guest appearances from various artists and producers.  For the uninitiated, Bootleg #1 offers a comprehensive introduction to the group; it should also hold over fans familiar with their work until an official full-length is released.

DOWNLOAD: Impolite Society – Bootleg #1

TRACK LIST
01. “Alibi” (Remix) ft. Cadillac Duke & Cody DeCamry (Prod. by Chinzafly)
02. “B.I.L.L.$.” (Prod. by Fess Grandiose)
03. “Dolla Holla” (Prod. by Fess Grandiose)
04. “Fall Through” (Prod. by Khalfani)
05. “Fame” ft. Guilty Simpson (Prod. by Fess Grandiose)
06. “Freshadelic” (Prod. by Fess Grandiose)
07. “Look Of Hate” (Remix) (Prod. by Nunca Duerma)
08. “Never Walk Out On You” (Prod. by Netherfriends)
09. “OctoTrex” ft. Scienz of Life (Prod. by ID)
10. “Piled In” (Prod. by Fess Grandiose)
11. “Player Shit” (Prod. by Fortified Sounds)
12. “Reckless” (Prod. by Sidewalk Kal)
13. “REVISIONS” (Prod. by AceMo)
14. “The Taste (C.H.I. Summer) (Prod. by Fess Grandiose)
15. “The World” (Prod. by Zip)
16. “Wackass Artwork” (Chopped & Screwed Remix by Via Rosa)
17. “Wackass Artwork” (Prod. by Von Vuai)
18. “Wind It Up” – Pugz Atomz ft. Elee X, ProbCause, & DJ Alo (Prod. by Mark Pritchard & Om”Mas Keith)
19. “Zombies” ft. ShowYouSuck & Cadillac Duke (Prod. by Na$im Williams)

Impolite Society: Reggie’s Recap

Recap video of Impolite Society’s recent performance at Reggie’s Rock Club, where the group opened up for Del The Funky Homosapien.

Featured Tracks:

“Wind It Up” – Pugs Atomz feat. ProbCause, Elee (Impolite Society), & DJ Alo

Fresh from his return to the States after an extended stay in London, Euro P is back with a new EP, Back In The Go.  The EP straddles the line between electronic music and Hip-Hop, but Pugs makes it clear that in spite of current music trends, “quality beats and quality rhymes” are the only items on the agenda.

“This project symbolizes my return to Chicago from living in London, and places me with new producers and artists (Comfort Fit, Shayna Love, Elee/Impolite Society, Probcause) and familiar contributors…”