For some artists, the pen really begins to spark when it’s inspired by a dope beat. After hearing producer Duquenuquem’s beat—which has a ‘90s feel despite its electronic components—Don Cerino couldn’t Sit Still. Like any aspiring emcee, Cerino has very little downtime. On this single, Cerino discusses those rare, yet rewarding moments of relaxation in thoughtful, engaging verses. It sure doesn’t sound like his flow ever takes a day off; it is crisp and pronounced, and it really grabs you. For more from Cerino, who is also part of The Winners Circle, be sure to check out his DOWNtime LP when it drops later this month.
Written by Lucas G. on 10/14/13
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