“I feel sorry for the people in the pit already.”
PENGSHUI have shared a new track featuring a very special guest.
The song is called ‘Break The Law’ and is a vintage slice of scathing and savage crossover brilliance, with an extra burst of energy courtesy of iconic London MC P Money.
The result is another piece of culture clashing dominance from a band with no fear or boundary.
Vocalist Illaman had this to say about the track and the feature:
“When I first heard the instrumental of ‘Break The Law’ at Greenmount Studios after Fatty and Prav had tracked it, I got goosebumps. It was one of the first tracks I remember hearing back and thinking “fuck, this one is going to pop off live”. The end section still gives me goosebumps and I’m gonna be hard-pressed not to use all my energy up in that section alone!
“Having P Money on this track is a massive deal for us. P is a legend and in my top 3 of all UK MC’s. A powerful voice in UK music that sends cannonball size shells at beats and anyone coming against him. Not gonna lie, I was a little nervous but I think we have created an absolute monster that is going to do some damage live. I feel sorry for the people in the pit already.
“‘Break The Law’ is about breaking the rules and breaking down the walls we sometimes confine ourselves to. It feels like an anthem for the people that have had enough, enough of being lied to by those in power. Those that have had enough of holding themselves back. The energy feels punk but still has that grime edge. I can’t wait for people to hear this one. It feels anthemic to me.”
Let’s go then:
It follows on from ‘Little Brother’, which sounds like this:
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