Although his stage name may lead you to believe that Euro League is a group of savvy European’s keen on electro-trance music and designer threads, the Bronx native is far from that. The twenty-something emcee may be new to our pages, but he already boasts an impressive resume which includes a nod from TDE spitter’s Kendrick Lamar and ScHoolboy Q, who he dropped a few bars for during the taping of Rigamortus last year. For his Booth debut, we have selected EP stand out Do You Believe ME, which touches on everything from faith to self-discovery. With the backing of fellow Bronx native and producer Inphanyte‘s sax-focused boardwork, the young emcee exudes a modest amount of lyrical confidence on the jazzy tune. If Euro League’s Booth debut has landed the rapper on your radar then be sure to check out his newly-released project, Cloud 9: Annunaki Rap, out now for free download.
Written by Danielle H. on 10/11/12
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