Its been a while since we heard from partners in rhyme Price and Oktane. For those of you wondering where they've been Audio Push has not missed a step with The Stone Junction. Trust me.
Recently liberated from their contract with HS87 and Interscope Records, Audio Push now reps their own independent label, Good Vibe Tribe.
"Hit-Boy is still our family and he's still very much in the background of our music but we're 100 percent independent," Price told REVOLT.
The Stone Junction kicks off with "BBQ Spot," featuring a hook that speaks to the box that Audio Push simply can't fit in. The creativity and lyrical versatility of the group is reminiscent of OutKast. And this chorus is declaration of the group's non-conformity.
"Man, they wanna put me in a box/ The industry, the enemies, and the cops
These niggas run around with mops/ They ain't working at no BBQ spot
They wanna put me in a box/ The industry, the enemies, and the cops
They want everything that I got/ They never wanna see a nigga on top"
From start to finish the project takes the listener on a journey into Stone Mountain for a creatively trippy experience that only Audio Push could deliver. Working with a few select producers they brought the Inland Empire to Atlanta. “Servin” featuring B-Mac The Queen, “Vamanos” featuring Kap G, “Hard” Featuring Trae The Truth and “Vibed Up Shawty” are the stand outs on the project. Check out our interview below as Audio push gives us a track-by-track breakdown of The Stone Junction..