Al Skratch & Team Demo Take It To A New Stratosphere On “Up There”

Al Skratch & Team Demo - Up There

Al Skratch and Team Demo are back with the new “Up There” single.

Al Skratch and Team Demo have been busy in the studio lately, and they’ve just dropped their latest track “Up There.” The song is a tribute to marijuana, just in time for the annual celebration of all things cannabis on 4/20. This track follows the success of their previous release “Hit That,” which was a catchy and upbeat party anthem that quickly gained popularity.

With “Up There”, Al Skratch and Team Demo take a more laid-back approach, incorporating mellow beats and smooth rhymes that perfectly capture the chill vibe of 4/20. The lyrics are all about the joys of smoking weed and the euphoric feeling it brings. It’s a celebration of a plant that has been used for centuries for both medicinal and recreational purposes.

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But the release of “Up There” is just the beginning of what promises to be an exciting time for Al Skratch and Team Demo. They’ve announced that they are currently working on an untitled project, which is sure to be highly anticipated by their fans. The exact details of the project are still under wraps, but we can expect more of the same high-quality production and infectious energy that we’ve come to expect from the duo.

Al Skratch has been a mainstay in the Hip-Hop community since the 90s, and his partnership with Team Demo has only elevated his profile even further. The combination of his smooth flow and their cutting-edge production techniques has made them one of the most exciting collaborations in recent years.

As the world slowly begins to return to normal after the pandemic, we can’t wait to see what Al Skratch and Team Demo have in store for us. Their music has the power to bring people together and create a sense of unity and joy, which is exactly what we need right now. So put on “Up There,” light up your favorite strain, and celebrate 4/20 in style!

Yoel Molina Law

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