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Gaps Releases "Fight Song" Off Upcoming EP Music for Modern Living & Everyday Situations

Local MC Gaps is constantly on the grind. Whether he's performing, organizing events with the Black Locust Society, or doing his best Tupac hologram, this dude has always got something up his sleeve.

His latest venture is the debut EP Music for Modern Living & Everyday Situations. Produced by Lake Worth musician Pax of the Astrea Corporation, the EP is scheduled to be released this summer.

Gaps explained a little bit about Music for Modern Living & Everyday Situations :

This is supposed to be a project that reflects the current status quo of

living and outlook in our society today. It's an aggressive and dark-feeling project that speaks on everything from our economic state to our

social status as individuals amongst peers. I guess the easiest

adjective would be to call it a political record.


Listen to the new track "Fight Song" after the jump.


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