Not glimpsed in the DJBooth since August, when he lent his flow to Aaron LaCrate‘s reader-approved Appalled, Bishop Nehru returns to kick off his autumn with Exhale, a newly-selected single off his latest street album. On this braggadocious throwback banger, Ghost McGrady‘s eerie sample work sets the mood as the Brooklyn wunderkind dispatches his enemies in tightly-wound verses. Que Hampton, Nehru’s collaborator on Booth debut Misruled Order, contributes a similarly aggressive guest 16. Inspired by the joint’s ominous vibe, director Markel Scott crafts some Halloween-appropriate official visuals (Coulrophobes, you may want to avert your eyes.). Fans can find Exhale and many more fresh cuts on the artist’s strictlyFLOWz mixtape, available for streaming and download right here in The DJBooth.
Written by richard on 10/30/13
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"Misruled Order" (2013)
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