Guilty Simpson “Go Where I Please” w/ DJ Ragz Prod by Kount Fif (Official Video) + Album Link

As the thunderous bass drops, and a belaboring thump of the kick drum bangs, Kount Fif’s haunting vocals (“Freak, Freak Beats, Slamming like Iron Sheik…”) eerily enter the stage. “Go Where I Please,” the first single off of Guilty Simpson’s upcoming album GUILT, showcases the Michigan spitter’s swagger paired with a dynamic score from MBDR work horse producer Kount Fif, and scratches by DJ Ragz. Set in the shadows of Detroit, the accompanying video was edited by R.M.L. About the Project : Everything starts somewhere. GUILT, the new album from Detroit’s own Guilty Simpson, started with an urge to grow. These new collaborations with producers and musicians he enlisted approach new territory for the frequent J-Dilla collaborator while remaining one of his most personal projects. GUILT acts as a portal between the listener and Simpson’s Detroit reality, and features tracks laden with live keys, trumpets, guitar, cello, violin, electric bass and drums. The 7-track project features contributions from Prince Po, Bronze Nazareth and Oh No, with production handled by Kount Fif, Dub Sonata, Maitre D, Bronze Nazareth and Jason Rose. GUILT drops July 29th on Man Bites Dog Records and will be available on Colored vinyl, CD and all streaming platforms.