Donny Goines and up-and-coming cohort Emilio Rojas tag team on a new swagger-filled record, entitled Vibe Wit Me. The AllHipHop Breeding Ground alumnus doesn’t fail to impress listeners over DJ Static’s punchy musical concoction. The polysyllabic words may wear thin in this era of the paint-by-numbers flow, but Goines and Rojas are refreshing, with Static cutting the track to mincemeat perfection. The Brooklyn/Rochester, New York lyricist, whose strong Internet presence has gained him notoriety on the web, showcases an interesting versatility with a need to “keep [his] name on the tip of y’all tongue.” With flow this sick, DJBooth.net, may end up with a virus.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 09/25/08
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