Miss that Golden Era Flow? So does Booth newcomer Devine Carama—in fact, he misses it so badly that, on the lead single off his forthcoming full-length, he’s bringing it back. Over MClarke‘s jazzy, sampled beat, the Lexington, Ky. repper channels the agile, lyrically-driven rhyme style of yesteryear. Former Arista signee Rob Jackson guests, contributing his own retro-informed flows to the final verse. Feeling it? Then keep it locked for further details on Devine Carama’s as-yet unscheduled Heart of a King LP, as well as all the latest tunes.
Written by richard on 01/31/12
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