While newcomer D’Lorin may have a lot to prove on his Booth debut A.S.A.P. (Always Strive And Prosper) , you have to admit that the Cali native is already off to the right start by scooping up a verse from DJBooth veteran and G.O.O.D. Music wordsmith CyHi The Prynce. Despite the guest feature, however, D’Lorin easily holds his own on A.S.A.P. The emcee kicks off this world premiere with an almost a cappella-like verse, allowing his words to standout over the subtle production. After roughly a minute, producer J Wess’ beat fully kicks in and D’Lorin airs in out before tapping into his inner crooner for the song’s catchy hook. Intrigued? Then be sure to look out for D’Lorin’s DJBooth-hosted Still Life album, which will be available for free stream and download on August 8.
Written by Danielle H. on 07/26/12
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