What’s the motivation behind Gunz N Rozes rapper Feroz’ musical grind? I’ll give you three guesses, and the first two don’t count. While the Jersey native may not be the first emcee to claim he’s in the game to Bring Home the Money, the skills he showcases on his forthcoming street album’s final official leak (making its world premiere here in the Booth) leaves no doubt that he deserves those big bucks he’s been chasing after. With Booth-approved beatsmith J. Cardim‘s street-ready synths simmering in the background, Feroz drops bars packed with cash-crazy braggadocio, even shifting into high gear to bombard the track with some scorching double-time rhymes. While I was just the slightest bit disappointed not to hear Yelawolf bust out some of his own lightspeed flows – the Arkansas native sticks to singing the hook – that’s just a minor blemish on a certifiably fresh record. If this top-dollar cut’s piqued your interest, be sure to check back with us this Friday, when Feroz’ Booth-sponsored Invisible Man mixtape will be available to stream and download for the low, low price of free.
Written by richard on 02/24/10
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