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Substance Abuse – 'Bridges'

by Thomas Bedward June 18, 2018

Substance Abuse – 'Bridges'

Substance Abuse, the L.A. duo of Eso Tre and Subz are back with a brand new RCKLSS ABNDN-directed video. Featuring Aceyalone of Freestyle Fellowship and produced by Waes and Philm One, the new clip is the perfect accompaniment to their new single, ‘Bridges’.

Consisting of emcees Subz and Eso Tre, Substance Abuse have been setting fire to the airwaves over Los Angeles for some time, with their first release coming back in 1998. Since then, the duo have been making a name for themselves through a combination of natural progression and stark social consciousness.

On their new single, Eso Tre remarked, "Subz came up with the idea for 'Bridges' because he felt we needed to do a song about unity in these increasingly divisive times we're in. We couldn't think of a better emcee than Aceyalone to bring on board, as he has a special talent for creating dope songs built off of a single metaphor. Our goal was to create something in the tradition of our heroes The Native Tongues, a track that was jazzy, positive, and upbeat but with a message that the modern audiences could relate to."

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