Teck-Zilla has been quite busy this year. The veteran hip-hop producer who also doubles as a DJ has worked with both IllBliss and MCskill ThaPreacha to release “IllyZilla” and “Nucleus” EPs respectively. And the producer is still not done yet as he teams up with 2017 Henessy VS Class winner, Vader The Wildcard to release a new project titled the “Confluence” EP.
Across the three tracks solely produced by Teck-Zilla, Vader showcases his penmanship and technical abilities, seeking to erase any shred of doubt about his skill set. The final track, ‘Tobi’s Song‘ features insightful storytelling as he takes us on a brief journey into his past, touching on his childhood, growth and the loss of his father.
Listen to the record above.
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