With the impending release of his upcoming EP, Above The Weather, DJBooth newcomer Beedie is finally giving fans a sample of what they can expect on the project with the EP’s first single Robert Marley. The Pittsburgh emcee is supremely focused on Robert Marley as he meticulously drops rhymes on the work he’s put in to make it to where he is now in his career. Consisting of scratches, various samples, and a good deal of horns, Buckwild’s production on the record unsurprisingly comes across as being authentically hip-hop. If Robert Marley has you yearning for more tunes from the Pittsburgh emcee then lookout for Beedie’s Above The Weather EP when it drops on August 13.
Written by Danielle H. on 07/31/12
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