Ill Bill announced today that he and Fat Beats/Uncle Howie Records are releasing a track initially recorded for The Grimy Awards, though it was later altered for the album. The Pete Rock-produced “When I Die” which made the album is backed with the original recording Bill made. A limited edition (500 copies) gray vinyl 7″ is released and available at Fat Beats’ website for $7.99.

Additionally, Bill’s former group, Non-Phixion has released a 7″ of their own. In honor of 2013’s Record Store Day, Get On Down Records has partnered with Uncle Howie to release a limited edition 7″ of “I Shot Reagan” backed with “Refuse To Lose.” Both songs were produced by Bill’s brother Necro. The packaging is a recreation of the picture cover 12″ from the single’s original release 14 years ago.

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