Growing up in the ‘hood, it’s often hard to comprehend that there’s a whole world beyond the urban jungle. On Ghetto Sound, Derty Den harks back to his rough upbringing in the North Carolina “bubble,” reminiscing about his come-up over Half Man Half Amazing‘s soulful instrumental (sampled from The Jaggerz’ Memories of a Traveler). While it has yet to be determined whether this record will be appearing on any forthcoming project, those feeling it can stay tuned to The DJBooth for all the latest news and tunes from Derty Den.
Written by richard on 03/13/12
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