Recently re-introduced to Booth readers via mixtape cut Do It for Ya, Pittsburgh representative takes the follow-up cut as an opportunity to fill listeners in on his globe-spanning travels. On Around the World, some sweeping, string-drenched production by Sayez sets the stage for jet-setting lyricism from the headliner and Steel City neighbor Mac Miller. Josh Everette contributes a smooth hook. For more, check out Boaz’ latesddt street album, The Transition, when it hits the ‘net this Friday, May 6.
Written by richard on 05/2/11
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