Indiana Boys Tupac Shirt (Deadly Combo)


Premium fitted 100% ring-spun combed cotton crew neck has an incredibly soft touch. Tagless for the ultimate comfort, this tee will hold its shape and softness wash after wash.


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Order A Hard Copy of Deadly Combo (and get the EYS EP Free)


Buy the album from Indiana musicians, Matty Moe and Michael Barber

This includes a FREE COPY of the 5 song EP of songs released between Barber and Moe before Deadly Combo which includes a song produced by the Wu Tang Clan’s official DJ, Mathematics.

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What do you get?

The Deadly Combo album including 2 free Deadly Combo stickers, and the 5 song EP, The EYS EP.



1.Cope with the Pressure (produced by Mathematics Wu Tang Clan)

2. Deadly Combo (produced by Michael Barber)

3. Picking up a Bottle (produced by Sinima)

4. Hard Times (produced by Michael Barber)

5. Don’t Do Much Remix


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Michael Barber x Matty Moe x Nappy Roots “Buzzard Bourbon” from Deadly Combo Album


Buffalo Stille aka #PenGod from the legendary rap group, Nappy Roots, jumps on this country themed, hip hop track titled, Buzzard Bourbon, about drinking whiskey until the ‘buzzards come for you,’ from the upcoming March 17th album release, Deadly Combo, from Michael Barber & Matty Moe.

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Deadly Combo gets 4 out of 5 Stars on IndieMania

From IndieMania:

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Deadly Combo is here. Producer/Rapper Michael Barber and Rapper Matty Moe have finally released their duet project, and we got an exclusive listen to it 2 weeks before it arrives online for consumers.

The ten track album is a mix rap beats, hip hop driven sample tracks, hick hop, and hard rock. A pure blend of several genres all mixed together just like the Midwest that the two hip hop Hoosiers call home.

The introduction brings the listen in with the samples and old school drums, but it really kicks in as a real intro after Tupac himself is sampled saying, “Deadly Combination,” followed by his famous laugh. Matty Moe drops the first verse of the album and he doesn’t disappoint with razor sharp bars letting the world know what is in store.

“Deadly combo that’s what this is, eyes so low all you see is lids, back in the O so you know the biz”

The track continues to pump until the drums fade and a violin is playing the Lannister theme from Game of the Thrones. The intro which also feature a short few bars from Barber is a solid way to open the album and the Lannister ode is a reminder that the boys from Indiana are here to stay.

Segway into track two rightly titled, Indiana Boys, Barber used a John Mellencamp – Tom Petty sample to bring an awareness to their home state, but the album really kicks in on track 3, Moon Rocks.

Michael brings in the song with poppy guitars and his opening lines are a perfect setup for the song, “the more I learn, the less I know.” The middle verse by Matty Moe might be my favorite by the Bloomington native.

“Spread my wings, fly away, no looking back on yesterday/ take off my shades, set them aside, take a look into a real man’s eyes….”

The moon walk, moon rocks, and Michael Jackson was stuck in my head for at least 12 hours. The guitar solo at the end of the song is the perfect ending to my favorite song on the album. The repeat value is high on this one.

Track 4 wasn’t one that stuck to me, but tracks 5 and 6 stood out like a midget in an NBA game especially track 6, Crash into a Bottle. The hook sounded a little flat, but the realness in the songs lyrics including that hook set up a perfect visual. The guest feature on track 5, from Buffalo Stille of Nappy Roots, stole the show on the country themed bourbon beat.

Track 7, Skywalkin’, wasn’t great but wasn’t bad as it featured Wu Tang Clan rapper, Streetlife, who adds to verses to a pretty solid song that just isn’t my cup of tea. Track 8 might be my favorite behind Moon Rocks, and the second feature from the Grammy nominated group, Nappy Roots, might be the best verse on the entire album. This time by Nappy member, Fishscales. His flow sounds like a southern Jay-Z, smooth, laid back, but the picture he is painting is as visual as a movie.

“I’m in my pops old pickup, trying to lift up,
to a better romance, see the world only dicks us
I don’t complain, let it rain, I’mma to twist up
to be happy what I got to get rich for?
when I been poor
I was happy with a buzz and my kinfolks
I believe if God brought us to it
that he can bring us through it
So what you worried for the rent for?
lighten up, light ’em up, got plenty weed
spreading love to my loved ones and enemies
and to the big corporations giving bread back
this year all of my yagers growing they dreads back
I admit that I’m living my life hybrid
smoke like a fire, still drink like I’m Irish
but I always keep it Nappy
smoke until I’m happy
I’m riding to that other side, catch me I’m….”

His bars matched with the beat and the saxophone that joins him makes for my new favorite Nappy Roots song. The break down of the beat at the end adds to the greatness.

Track 9 Chemical Dependency is a mix of rap with hard rock guitars on the hook, and the song’s topic fits right in with the album and the overall theme of the album.

The last track, Day Dreamin’ is a make you think song to end the album that Barber sets up on the hook and with his first line of the song, “Thought I had bad cards, until I met a guy with no hands.” The play on words is as heavy as Big Pun. (Pun intended) Matty Moe shows his bars on the song, and his rap voice is filled with a confidence behind every bar.

Overall I give the album 4 out of 5 stars.

Read on IndieMania

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First Leak from Deadly Combo ft. Renzo St. Charles

The first leak from the highly anticipated joint project, Deadly Combo, between Indiana hip hop artists, Michael Barber and Matty Moe, is here and it features Nappy Roots affiliate, Renzo St. Charles.


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Deadly Combo Tracklisting

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