Though Crooklin won widespread Booth acclaim for his first feature, 2012’s headphone-ready Daydreamers Theme, the T-Dot up-and-comer has taken his sweet time bringing us a follow-up. Today, one half of the Smash Brovaz finally makes his solo return, accompanied by suitable fanfare. On Regal, single numero uno off his next independent full-length, Nyiam‘s dusty brass loops back Crook as he pledges his fealty to real hip-hop, and looks forward to his future reign over the rap game. Feeling it? Then watch our pages for more fresh song releases leading up to the third-quarter arrival of High, How Are You?.
Written by richard on 07/15/14
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