Dean and Ravo‘s first Booth feature, released back in January, found the up-and-coming duo Walkin’ Around their city, ogling all the pretty girls from behind their shades. If you were feeling that selection, then you’re in for a treat; on newly-released single Follow Me, the Harlem duo invite you to accompany them on their latest stroll. This time around, they’re not looking for a voyeuristic thrill but rather a companion on the winding roads of life. Backed by the leisurely acoustic guitar/synth grooves of Jacob Entel, the crew address a chick who makes them feel as if they could conquer the whole damn world. Setting aside the perfunctory wag-of-the-finger at gold-digging shawtys, Dean and Ravo pack their sung, rapped, and sung/rapped verses with enough bright-eyed positivity to put a grin on even the most cynical listener’s face – and if their bars don’t do the trick, guest crooner Josh Cocktail‘s soulfully unexpected Summer Girls-inspired bridge should get you to crack a smile. Details on the album that will feature Follow Me have yet to be announced, but those who like what they’re hearing can click here to check out a live, unplugged rendition of the single.
Written by richard on 04/24/11
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