Sadly, we can’t all attend this year’s A3C Hip-Hop Festival, which is being held in The Dirty this weekend. Don’t shed a tear, though. With his new, well, sorta new single—it is a remake of the Crooked Lettaz ‘99 classic—Big SANT is bringing the South to us. Fire Water II is strictly a southern affair with David Banner’s string-driven boardwork leading the charge. Joining SANT, who pummels the beat with his trademark forceful flow, are guests Tito Lopez and Big K.R.I.T. The trio form a three-headed, Mississippi monster; Tito with his smooth approach, SANT with his relentless flow, and Krizzle, who blends the two styles intro one, all do the original justice. You will find Fire Water II on SANT’s The Great American Mattress Sale project, due out later this month. Additionally, SANT will be participating in the return of the DJBooth Freestyle Series, restarting this fall.
Written by Lucas G. on 10/4/13
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