Growing up in Siedenbüssow, a village in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Albert Münzberg and Pablo Himmelspach wrote their first songs at the age of 18. They tell of growing up in the hinterland: lack of perspectives and gray facades. But also: friendship, cohesion and shared dreams.
With their new single “Hockstrecksprünge” the two rappers report back and announce their signing with Audiolith Records. In the song Hinterlandgang makes clear what they stand for: Bassbox in the trunk, instead of fraternity. Oatmeal for breakfast, instead of Iced-Out gold chain.
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