First things first: Booth newcomer Eyerone‘s stage name is pronounced like the word “irony,” not, well, “eye-rone.” Ironic, right? Well, maybe if you’re Alanis Morissette. Anyway, the Virginia representative’s latest single finds him teaching listeners a lesson the dangers of Debt, exploring the consequences of his own financial irresponsibility over Lokey‘s moody sample work. A head-noddable jam with a message well worth heeding, this cut is just one of many bangers to be found on Eyerone’s In Vitro EP, available online as of May 8.
Written by richard on 05/25/12
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