You haven’t been properly introduced to a Texan emcee if you don’t know the particulars of where, when, what, how and with whom he drives. (The “why,” of course, is self-evident.) Dallas rapper Big Hud thoughtfully fills in the blanks on his first Booth feature and latest single, flaunting his collection of old-school whips as he explains, “I Ride Dirty in the day, I ride clean at night… bad b*tch ride with me, and that ass lookin’ right.” Joining him over writer/producer Jake Crates’ skittering funk samples, Booth fave Rittz provides a hypercharged guest 16 to complement the headliner’s drawled bars. An ambitious project designed to showcase Hud’s growth and maturity as an artist, the DJ Burn One-hosted The Long Way Home mixtape is scheduled for digital release via The DJBooth on October 23.
Written by richard on 10/1/12
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"I Done Came Up" (2012)
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