The 84th entry in our DJBooth.net Freestyle Series comes courtesy of Beyond Belief, the Rockaway native and Kwame protégé who recently earned reader acclaim for singles Work and U Don’t Know Me, the former of which made its exclusive world premiere in the Booth. On his brand new, previously-unreleased Two Zero Zero Nine freestyle, the Make Noise!! emcee flows over a Hi-Tek-produced instrumental originally featured on Common and Sadat X‘s One-Nine-Nine-Nine. Beyond Belief is currently busy promoting his debut album, What About BOB?; the recently-released full-length is available for free download here!
Readers can download a copy of the newly-released In the Booth (Volume 2), featuring freestyles 31 through 60, here! In the Booth (Volume 1), featuring freestyles 1 through 30, can be downloaded here.
Written by richard on 09/13/09
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