One of the perks of living on the Western Seaboard is the ability to head down to the coast and enjoy a boat ride along the Pacific shoreline. Don’t have a watercraft at your disposal? Not to worry—Booth newcomer Dave B‘s left the door to his Boathouse unlocked. With that said, the Seattle rapper/producer’s debut feature isn’t an ode to aquatic recreation; rather, his bars metaphorically describe his relationship with a certain woman. Underground mainstay Jake One cooks up a woozy, sampled beat to back the artist as he reflects on the hidden complexities of a “no-strings-attached” affair. Fellow Emerald City spitter Sol tackles a similar moral quandary on the middle verse, saying of a habitual jump-off, “Most probably dream about havin’ a hoe so sprung / But I just keep wondering how she lost hope so young.” The Doughnuts EP has yet to receive a drop date, but fans can watch our pages for further details on the set, as well as all the latest tunes.
Written by richard on 02/28/14
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