Alright, Alright Booth readers, are you ready for the smooth sounds of FUPM? (I’ma go ahead and assume the answer was a resounding “yes,” since I can’t actually see or hear you.). The former Shady Records crew members’ new promo single finds Bobby Creekwater and Stat Quo showcasing their wit and swagger over a chilly, sampled beat by I Am Invisible. How about it: want to hear a full-length collaboration from these ATLien rhymesayers? Though this joint isn’t currently attached to any forthcoming project, an enthusiastic fan response should ensure that a debut set isn’t far off.
Written by richard on 11/29/11
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