Sean Links and Jamil Honesty provide a stern warning in “Army Of Two” video.
Generals link-up in newly released visuals for “Army Of Two.” NC rhyme-smith Sean Links and Baltimore emcee/producer Jamil Honesty trade bars of fury and self-science over a gritty beat-scape (provided by Honesty as well) with video shot by Rio B Raw.
“Army Of Two” is taken from the newly released Sean Links Bolo Yeung LP, which is fully produced by Jamil Honesty and is also the inaugural release on his Blackhouse Records label. Other guests on the album will include Josiah The Gift, Pure (Raekwon), Maze Overlay, Pro Dillinger, Substance 810 and Squeegie Oblong. Speaking on the cook-up with Links, Jamil Honesty said “I came across his IG page and have been locked in ever since. He’s an emcee’s emcee and I believe Bolo Yeung is a masterpiece.”
Prior to this release Sean Links has released two projects (available via all digital platforms) The Missing Links (fully produced by Vago) and Radio Raheem (produced by Sibbs Roc and Slang Hugh).
Originally hailing from Staten Island, NY Jamil Honesty (now based in Baltimore) has been honing his craft for years. As an emcee he has dropped several projects with UK producer Hobgoblin (Martyr Music and Martyr Music 2) as well as his newest solo project The Rufus Buck Project and appeared on projects by Ill Conscious, M.A.V., Code Nine, Supreme Cerebral and more. He is also part of duo The Fix (with DJ Grazzhoppa) and the Harbor Kidz (with Squeegie Oblong).
As a producer Jamil Honesty has laced tracks featuring such notables as Elzhi, Rome Streetz, Skyzoo and Styles P.