It would be hard to call an emcee with as much experience as Butta Verses a newcomer to the game. Despite being featured on SNL, working with De La Soul and performing alongside the Wu Tang Clan, however, his identity is still on the come up. So, let’s settle for the title, tireless underground veteran. On If I Die, the Fort Lauderdale resident (via The Bronx) asks for forgiveness for any wrongdoings and wants to express these feelings before he is an under-the-ground artist. Producer Mighty V.I.C. (not the Get Silly cat) provides a piano-laden production with soul stirring sample from the late Marvin Gaye. Butta Verses is set to release his first official studio album, Reality BV, this September.
Written by Erica L. on 06/30/08
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