80 Empire Drops “End Of Days” Single Featuring Demrick

Canadian production duo 80 Empire has just released their latest single “End of Days,” featuring the Demrick of the Serial Killers. This collaboration brings together the intricate production skills of 80 Empire and the lyrical prowess of Demrick, resulting in an impressive track that showcases their versatility and creativity.

80 Empire, consisting of Italian brothers Adrian and Lucas Rezza, have been steadily making a name for themselves in the music industry with their unique and skillful sounds. With a strong focus on creating captivating and intricate beats, they have worked with notable artists such as Kxng Crooked, Conway the Machine, Benny the Butcher, Fred the Godson, Kurupt, Layzie Bone, MC Eiht, Nems, Swifty McVay of D12, Obie Trice, Bone Crusher, DMC, Jadakiss, Reema Major and the list goes on.

“End of Days” stands out as a testament to 80 Empire’s ability to craft engaging and atmospheric soundscapes. The track instantly captivates listeners with its hauntingly melodic introduction, setting the stage for Demrick’s introspective and thought-provoking lyrics.

Demrick, formerly known as Young De, brings his signature West Coast flavor to the table. Known for his clever wordplay and versatile flow, Demrick has collaborated with industry heavyweights like Xzibit, B-Real, and Dizzy Wright. With his distinctive voice and lyrical prowess, Demrick adds depth and intensity to “End of Days.”

What truly sets “End of Days” apart is the seamless integration of 80 Empire’s production with Demrick’s lyrics. The duo’s meticulous attention to detail shines through in the meticulously crafted beats and atmospheric elements that create a sense of urgency and emotion. The distinctive and layered instrumentation perfectly complements Demrick’s flow, resulting in a cohesive and incredible track.

“End of Days” is a must-listen for fans of hip-hop and those who appreciate thought-provoking lyrics and innovative production. It showcases the immense talent and creativity of 80 Empire and Demrick, leaving listeners eagerly anticipating their future releases.