Plenty of artists will swear up and down that you’re going to love their next record, but DJ MoonDawg is one of the few willing to put money on it. In fact, not only would the Chi-town representative stake his fortune on the success of new promo single Bet That (a Booth-exclusive world premiere), he’d advise you to do the same. That uncanny self-confidence comes through loud and clear in the cut itself, which finds Windy City twosome L.E.P. Bogus Boys and Big Apple street mainstay Maino speculating on the odds that they’ll end up spending the night with the ladies they’ve got their respective eyes on. (Needless to say, they’re feeling lucky.) Booth-approved beatsmith Slot-A provides an R&B-informed instrumental backdrop for their bars, and John Blu ties the package together with a smooth guest hook. This cut is unattached to any larger project, but those feeling it can keep it locked for the latest from all involved.
Written by richard on 09/3/13
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