Philadelphia rap group, Jedi Mind Tricks, have announced the release of their seventh album, Violence Begets Violence…
The new album will drop on October 25, and sees significant changes to the JMT line-up. Rappers, Vinnie Paz and Jus Allah will remain on board, but producer, Stoupe, has been replaced by guest producers, Scott Stallone and Shuko.
There will be guest contributions from other members of Paz’s Army of Pharoahs – Young Zee, Blacastan, Fuschnickens’ Chip Fu, and Outsidaz’ Pacewon will all feature, making this a release that promises fans of indie hip hop more of JMT’s unrelenting brand of hardcore rap.
After releasing under both Superregular Records, and, more recently, Babygrande Records, this album will also see the Philly artists switching record companies, with Enemy Soil Records dropping Violence Begets Violence.
Words by Fiona Guest