The O-Flow/Busenhalter "Köln-Sued" EP represents the deep love of O-Flow and the ENTBS label for authentic boom-bap hiphop. The whole ep is a sample based and sp1200/MPC driven ride with productions from ENTBS Label owners Chlodwigplatz Puetz Money and Noyland, as well as hermes the messenger, added with some great turntable cutting and scratching executed by "Huss & Hodn" members Hulk Hodn and Retrogott. The title track Koeln-Sued is an ode to the artist's home, Cologne City, Germany. Combined with a dusty, flavorful black and white SUPER8 video, featuring break dance and graffiti elements, this piece of art took cologne resident's as well as true HipHop lover's hearts by storm. By releasing the Koeln-Sued EP, this track finally gets a proper release on vinyl for the first time ever, along with 4 other great pieces of music like SWF, Masterpiece, Auf Stelzen and 75b, portraying the life an experiences of O-Flow/Busenhalter. The B side of the record features all the original tracks instrumentals. The cover artwork includes exclusive photography of O-Flow, taken by famous photographer George DuBose. George DuBose helped to define the visual style of hiphop's golden era by being responsible for the artwork of New York City's groundbreaking rap label "cold chillin' records", realizing and executing the photography and coverartwork for artists like big daddy kane, kool g rap & polo, biz markie and MC Shan.