Burgeoning rap quartet Higher Brothers has released a new single, "Aston Martin" from their upcoming debut album, Black Cab.

Hailing from the southwestern city of Chengdu in mainland China, Higher Brothers is comprised of MaSiWei, Psy.P, DZ and Melo. While China is known for being a conservative and communist country, Higher Brothers has continued to stand out for their ability to translate the vibrant youth culture of their city into a much larger movement for free expression. Through their music, they're constantly overcoming challenges breaking through the Chinese government firewall and are leading the charge shaping a hip-hop community in China.

“Aston Martin” produced by Tantu Beats and featuring a guest verse from NYC-based rapper, Ken Rebel, follows up their previous single, “Made In China” which features infamous Chicago rapper, Famous Dex:

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