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Cut Throat Logic Spit Live (Video)

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Mic Controllers JustUs and Deonte of Cut Throat Logic have had a considerable amount of success over the years. Aside from dropping tracks left and right and working with a murderers' row of hip-hop artists, the group has built up a rabid following in Arizona. While success has been sweet, CTL isn't ready to take the foot off the pedal just yet.

In six weeks, they'll be releasing a new video for their next track, "We Own The Night," a radio single. And although you'll be hearing it on the airwaves, they want you to know there's nothing cookie-cutter about their hip-hop. "It's still underground, we're still MC's," JustUs says. "We'll still eat another MC's face without hesitation."

CTL let us sit in at their practice pad for an exclusive video of them laying down "DJ Drop A Needle." Check it out after the jump...

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