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Thursday night the rap duo Ces Cru leapt onstage for Synfest 2014, Donnie King (Godemis) and Mike Viglione (Ubiquitous) were met by the crowd’s stench of approval. The audience was filled with longtime fans of them and Strange Music; it was clear that quite a few showgoers had been following CES Cru since the duo was discovered by Tech N9ne in 2008.

Godemis and Ubiquitous rapped speedily over bare beats. Unlike the openers who would play catch-up with prerecorded lyrics, the headliner performed live. The duo’s flawless execution of the rhythmically complex bar schemes spoke to not only their obvious dedication to their craft but also to a natural talent that was probably immediately apparent to Tech those six years ago.

The set stretched well over 30 mins without breaks. After finishing a series of older and more familiar songs, CES Cru started performing pieces from its new album, titled Codename: Ego Stripper, that released on Tuesday, August 5 everywhere through Strange Music Inc…


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