Kill Bill is a dope flick, but the one scene I don’t f**k with is where Uma Thurman’s character is buried alive. Seriously, that has to be one of the worst things that could ever happen… unless you are Chuck L.i., whose Toomb is the studio. From the sound of things, the Chicago native has been entombed longer than King Tut, because he clearly knows his way around a track. Producer Austin White concocts an airy beat, utilizing a strong woodwind influence that accentuates Chuck’s demonstrative flow and a grind-oriented lyrical performance. Toomb, L.i.’s first Booth appearance since we hosted Charles last June, can be found on forthcoming project Culture Shock Vol. 1, set to drop very soon.
Written by Lucas G. on 02/21/13
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