Comprising rapper Rozewood and producer Mr. Enok, the hip-hop duo Ante Meridian first joined forces back in the spring of 2011. After being introduced by mutual friends, the Long Island-raised Rozewood started collaborating with Alabama native Enok at the latter's home studio in Atlanta, and they cut three songs in their very first session.

Ante Meridian's chemistry also translated to the live arena, and the duo have opened for Raekwon, Freddie Gibbs and Curren$y, among other rap luminaries. Following the release of their debut EP, '3am Poltergeist,' Ante Meridian are getting ready to drop 'Sons of Heaven,' their full-length debut.

Today, Diffuser.fm has the exclusive premiere of 'Street Cats,' a track from the forthcoming album. Featuring a guest appearance from Phene, 'Street Cats' harks back to '90s-era "boom bap" East Coast rap. 'Sons of Heaven' hits stores on Jan. 14 on Autumn + Color Records. Pre-order it here.