Up-and-coming rapper Beyond Belief can’t be brought up without also mentioning Vanilla Ice or Eminem—it’s just not possible. The rap game is saturated with black artists, but a handful of non-black rappers have made their mark on the music industry. Beyond Belief is about to join this exclusive group with his debut single, Don’t Touch. Produced by Kwame, the hard-hitting beat makes this the ultimate party song (especially since it’s about a party). With a mid-song change in the beat meant to evoke the feeling of drunkenness, the rapper warns party-goers that they can do all sorts of activities except touching (a.k.a breaking) personal items in the house. There is currently no release date for his upcoming untitled project.
Written by Angela on 04/21/08
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"One Step at a Time (Remix) ft. Beyond Belief" (2008)
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