Absent from the Booth since way back in March of 2011, when he brought us Biggie-inspired mixtape leak Nicky Tarentino, Al Gator returns to our pages with Like This, a freshly-minted cut off his next street album. Here, Focus…’ Bollywood-informed sample work sets the stage for braggadocious bars from the College Park repper and freestyle alum. Complete with a chanted hook by Marsha Ambrosius. The DJ Scream/Don Cannon-presented Unreasonable Doubt 2 has yet to receive a release date, but fans can, as always, keep it locked for the latest details.
Written by richard on 01/18/12
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