Tis The Season for dope sh*t, Booth readers—if you don’t believe me, peep Bas’ recent track record. Having blessed our speakers with Mula, Teterboro, Nothin’ Is Free over the course of the summer, the NYC repper returns with yet another quality cut off his next project. On this freshly-released single, hip-hop megastar J. Cole serves up a quietly determined instrumental to back the NYC rhymesayer as he looks forward to his impending takeover of the game. For more, check out Bas’ Quarter Water Raised Me Vol. 2 LP when it arrives on the ‘net in the coming weeks.
Written by richard on 08/19/12
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