In late August, Mello Music Group beatsmith 14KT made his grand entrance into the Booth with Paid, a reader-approved single featuring the guest rhymes of West Coast underground mainstay Blu. Today, he returns to collect another round of plaudits with Slo Swerve, a fresh single off his latest full-length. Perfect for a leisurely drive through the city streets, this record boasts contributions from two emerging Michigan talents: emcee Jamall Bufford (formerly known as Buff1) jumps on the headliner’s whip-ready beat to deliver the opening 16, and singer/songwriter JMSN lends his vocals to the second verse, as well as handling the chorus. Gerard Victor directs the joint’s moody, black-and-white visual accompaniment. Fans can find this cut and many more bangers on 14KT’s Nickel & Dimed LP, available now in stores and online. JMSN will be releasing his next project, the †Pllajë† EP, on Tuesday, November 5.
Written by richard on 10/22/13
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