Though CurT@!N$’ first, and to date only, feature hit our front page more than 10 months ago (in November ‘08) to mixed reviews, he’s since improved his standing in the Booth with guest verses on tracks by Jet Audio, Krondon and Smoke DZA. Nonetheless, on new single Mode, CurT@!N$ goes back to being the Flo Rida of Brooklyn, flaunting his super-funky flow over a synth-driven beat by Precize. CurT@!n$’ pop-rap approach may not score him any points with the hardcore set, but its compulsively danceable vibe will undoubtedly leave our resident club DJs daydreaming about how they’ll work it into their next set. No current plans have been revealed to DJBooth.net about CurT@!N$ forthcoming project, but Mode is available for purchase at iTunes.
Written by Burmy on 09/15/09
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