After a steady stream of dope leaks, Focus… is finally ready to unleash his latest street album upon the world—well, almost ready. Just in case anyone’s still sleeping on the project, the Booth-approved beatsmith’s dropped off one last leak off the project. On High Off Music, Focus’ chopped-sample production bangs in the back as Torae, Ill Camille and Nikki Grier explore the intoxicating effects of melody, harmony and rhythm. Digging it? You don’t have long to wait for more—the headliner’s Music for the Misinterpreted project hits the ‘net today.
Written by richard on 11/11/11
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"Shine ft. Bishop Lamont & Busta Rhymes" (2008)
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