Recently, the refusal to turn down has become a wildly popular theme in club music. Which raises the question: is there such a thing as TTU—that is, Too Turnt Up? If it were possible to achieve that state, Flosstradamus and Waka Flocka would be the men to do it, and on this freshly-minted promo single they may just have pulled it off. The Chicago beat crew’s first feature since April Booth debut Drop Tops, this cut features Mr. Flame going in over one of the most explosive beats I’ve heard in a hot minute. So, what’s your verdict: is this record Too Turnt Up, or is it just right? If you’re leaning toward the latter, keep your browsers locked; this joint isn’t part of a larger set, but we’ll keep you supplied with the latest news and tunes from all involved.
Written by richard on 06/10/14
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