Who needs a shrink when you’ve got a mic, a recording booth and an avid audience of hip-hop heads? On his first solo feature, making its world premiere on our front page, Curtessy undergoes a session of Muzik Therapy, escaping from the stresses of the daily grind to dissect his emotions over a chopped-soul beat by project collaborator The Militia. First in Flight State mainstay Chaundon and Elmira, N.Y. veteran Rome Clientel assist on the mic, exorcising their anxieties and even working through a few poignant memories in their introspective guest verses. Muzik Therapy is the lead single off forthcoming EP Look What the Streets Made, dropping via The DJBooth on Tuesday, May 14.
Written by richard on 04/30/13
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