R.A. The Rugged Man “E.K.N.Y.” ft Inspectah Deck, Timbo King (Official Music Video – WSHH Exclusive)

Exclusive WSHH music video for “E.K.N.Y. (Ed Koch New York)” by R.A. The Rugged Man (ft. Inspectah Deck, Timbo King).
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Underground hip-hop icon R.A. The Rugged Man got together with the great Inspectah Deck (one of Wu-Tang Clan’s most lyrical swordsmen) and Timbo King for this official music video of the throwback anthem “E.K.N.Y. (Ed Koch New York)”, the latest single off R.A The Rugged Man’s widely acclaimed new album “All My Heroes Are Dead”. Now available worldwide, “All My Heroes Are Dead” features appearances by Chuck D of Public Enemy, Ghostface Killah, Slug of Atmosphere, Immortal Technique, Ice-T, Brand Nubian, Kool G Rap, Vinnie Paz, M.O.P., DJ Jazzy Jeff, Chris Rivers, A-F-R-O, Onyx, Chino XL, Masta Killa, and more.

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28 thoughts on “R.A. The Rugged Man “E.K.N.Y.” ft Inspectah Deck, Timbo King (Official Music Video – WSHH Exclusive)

  1. We need more of this on worldstar hip-hop but the problem is these underground rappers feel that don't need places like WSH, if we want to beat mumble rappers this is how we do it

  2. Disturbing to me how this is on Worldstar for over a week and only has 105K views. SMH@ the new generation of hip-hop heads. Y’all are a disgrace to the culture and the OGs who paved the way.

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