At the start of his record Late Night, Seattle representative Eighty4 Fly proclaims that he’s on his “Outkast sh*t” and with the slightly funky, heavily chill vibe of the record I think it’s a safe proclamation. On the stand out selection the DJBooth newcomer boastfully raps, “These ni**a’s is lame they doing the same/ Switched the game, I gave it some breath/ Then gave it a heart, then gave it a brain and now it’s a monster.” Producer A Dot provides the song with its mellow production, which serves as the perfect compliment to Eighty4 Fly’s sly lyricism. Late Night is featured on the artist’s brand new COLORS album, available this very moment for free stream and download on DJBooth!
Written by Danielle H. on 09/7/12
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"Go Slow" (2012)
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