The Foreign Allegiance may be Booth newcomers on the solo tip, but they’ve already earned high praise on our pages; back in June, the Flint, Michigan production crew crafted the reader-acclaimed beat that backed Big K.R.I.T.‘s What You Know About It. If that’s not enough to convince you their first solo feature is worth a Listen, a glance at this cut’s guest lineup will undoubtedly do the trick. B. Corder and Bengie‘s trap-infused boardwork, featuring a vocal sample from Fedde Le Grand & Nicky Romero’s Sparks, sets the stage for fast-paced verses from Brooklyn buzzmaker Maffew Ragazino, recent Aftermath signee Jon Connor and Montreal newcomer SRH. Feeling it? You can expect more cutting-edge production and quality rhymes on the duo’s BeatsxBeers LP, set to drop digitally on Monday, December 30.
Written by richard on 12/9/13
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