Chalk it up to great minds thinking alike; while FKi‘s latest mixtape leak does indeed find the Atlanta twosome flowing over the same sample as Kanye flipped on his and Hova‘s Who Gone Stop Me (namely English dubstep producer Flux Pavilion‘s I Can’t Stop), 88 and 1stDown don’t fail to bring their own unique flavor to the cut, lacing the beat with characteristically witty, swag-laden bars. (Oh and, for the record, FKi’s joint was recorded first.) Like what you’re hearing? Fans can peep the record’s official video here, as well as keeping it locked for release details on the duo’s forthcoming mixtape, F*ckin Kickin’ It Vol. 1.
Written by richard on 08/12/11
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