Fresh off Tuesday’s release of their highly-anticipated sophomore street album, the Flatbush Zombies step into the Booth with a standout track off the set. Despite being named after the blandest member of the soft-drink family, Club Soda packs all the offbeat flavor fans have come to expect from the Brooklyn trio. Crew member Erick Arc Elliot‘s cloudy sample work sets the mood as he trades trippy, scatterbrained bars with partners-in-rhyme Meechy Darko and Zombie Juice. Action Bronson assists on the guest tip, waxing poetic about his “little mama back in France” and his penchant for pantless Facetime sessions in a characteristically engaging closing 16. Fans can find this cut, previously-featured single Palm Trees and much more on Better off Dead, available now for free download in The DJBooth.
Written by richard on 09/13/13
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