Bar for bar, L.E.O. (Love Equals Omnipotence) is dangerous with his wordplay, but when the Queens-based emcee teams up with borough-mate beat smith Carnage, the duo is lethal. With a stripped down, piano guided beat joined together by potent lyrics that would make El-P blush, “Here I Go Again” is an enigmatic jam that stresses minimalism over everything. Whereas Carnage forges a mellow instrumental through the use of a chilling Annie Lenox sample from “A Thousand Beautiful Things,” L.E.O. goes straight to the dome with his own brand of heavy rhymes delivered hook-free, for 48 bars straight that plays off Lenox’s vocal sample on every fourth measure. With lines like “battling amateurs is like challenging mannequins/ paddling into a cliff, Huxtable examining’…,” “Here I Go Again” will satisfy even the most diehard hip hop heads. This is just one of the many bangers featured on the duo’s free album, “The Boombox Theatre,” which gets set to drop Friday, March 7th.