As the rapper made clear in previous features What Money Sounds Like, How You Like Me Now, and Oh No, Archie Eversole is is back and determined to reclaim his spot in Southern hip-hop’s upper echelon. Throughout both his first and his second rises to power, there have been those who have doubted his ability to build a buzz, much less become a nationally-known MC. Never the type to quit in the face of adversity, Archie’s plan is to ignore the haters and simply Keep Winning. Though KonLive/Geffen affiliate Ray Lavender brings a memorable hook and third verse, the real highlight is Fuego‘s futuristic, bass-blasting beat, which perfectly accents Eversole’s motivational rhymes. All four of the emcee’s Booth features to date will be included on his Back Like I Never Left mixtape, which drops later this March.
Written by Burmy on 03/3/09
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