Like many men, Booth newcomer Dae Zhen tends to think with the wrong head when it comes to sex and romance. On ‘94, off his last independent album, the unsigned artist offers ladies fair warning of his playeristic tendencies, switching between agile flows and catchy, sung vocals as he delivers his cautionary bars. KINO and Mike Derenzo join forces behind the boards, flipping a sample from Lee Daniels’s Faithful Man, and Anthony Troli directs the official visuals. Like what you’re hearing? You can find ‘94 and much more on the artist’s Women & Wordplay LP, available for free download as of February.
Written by richard on 06/23/14
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