Interpretation of the 1999 movie, Office Space. The track is also reminiscent of the rap/rock sound from the same era. However, The Edge isn't a tired remake but, an updated twist on the highly combustible combination of anger and work.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) November 06, 2012
Doorway's WhiteOut (Nick Menn) & RT-FaQ (Ramel Prince) are back with another cinematic audio adventure that has been long overdue, courtesy of Street Made, entitled The Edge featuring Tef Poe (OverDose Ent.). This video endeavor is a loose, anger fueled interpretation of the 1999 movie, Office Space. The track is also reminiscent of the rap/rock sound from the same era. However, The Edge isn't a tired remake but, an updated twist on the highly combustible combination of anger and work. With fan uploads of live performances of the song dating back as early as January of 2011 on youtube. The "rock star jump around" feel has made the song a fan favorite at shows after it was released on "The RT and WO Show", WhiteOut and RT-FaQ's tag team free project. Now headed into the upcoming winter months the two are preparing to grace us with solo albums of their own which is no new task for either artist. WhiteOut's current project "The Good" is set to drop December 11th, while RT-FaQ's "Heir To The Throne" which is dedicated to his son will be released December 16th. Doorway, the group RT and WO perform under with L-Gifted and SD TheDizzleMan, are also preparing a group Album titled "Four Brothers" while video featured artist Tef Poe is currently collaborating with DJ Burn One on what is to be called "Cheer For The Villain", both projects have unconfirmed release dates.