With entry number six in his acclaimed Blaps, Rhymes & Life mixtape series just around the corner, !llmind is back to build fan anticipation with a fresh leak. On Life Is So Crazy, the underground beatsmith’s squelching synths and chopped vocal samples back Brooklyn-based Booth newcomer Gees Extortion as he spits about a few facets of society that he considers downright insane. If this selection’s got you in the mood for more gritty production and hot guest rhymes, you’ll find what you seek on Blaps, Rhymes & Life Vol. 6 (which has yet to receive a solid drop date). For more from Gees Extortion, check out his debut street album, Underground King, when it drops in July.
Written by richard on 05/6/11
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