The first time I saw B.o.B.’s dynamic stage show I turned to DJ Z and said, “Let me guess, he’s from Atlanta, right?” Yep - there’s something about Atlanta that produces stylistically adventurous emcees, and his new single I Feed These Streets is yet another example of the ATL native’s microphone creativity. Produced by the man himself, I Feed These Streets is a snyth-heavy cut that pulses with energy while B.o.B. lays down a typically off-balance and captivating flow that can best be described as Andre 3000-esque: “I’m so exquisite with these lyrics, I immaculately spit it, but I’m from the South I got that grammar though.” It’s a little more hustler-oriented than we’re used to hearing from B.o.B, but it still works pretty damn well. These Streets will appear on B.o.B.’s upcoming album The Adventures of Bobby Ray, which currently has no release date. But don’t worry – keep it locked to DJBooth.net and we’ll keep bringing you more new music from one of the ATL’s finest musical forces.
Written by Nathan S. on 10/27/09
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Rebel Rock/Grand Hustle/Atlantic
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"Haterz Everywhere We Go (Remix)" (2007)
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