As the cliché goes, every ending can also be viewed as a new beginning. Case in point: though Miami emcee Bizzy Crook‘s latest single, Over Now finds him reeling in the wake of a breakup, the smooth, Reefa-produced banger will undoubtedly mark the start of a long and fruitful relationship with Booth readers. Has this cut’s combo of heartfelt rhymes and soulful grooves left you intrigued? Then be sure to cop Crook’s P.S. I’m Sorry street album when it hits the ‘net May 23.
Written by richard on 05/16/11
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