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To paraphrase Gavin DeGraw’s ubiquitous mid-2000s single, Booth newcomer Gio Dee Don’t Wanna Be anything other than what he’s been trying to be lately—and what he’s trying to be is a legend. On this freshly-released EP single, David Greene‘s down-pitched flip of the above-mentioned joint backs the Bostonian rhymesayer as he boldly charts his path to rap superstardom. The impressive mic skills he showcases along the way prove that he’s got nothing in common with the myriad lames, fakes and sh*t-talkers who share his ambitions. But enough out of me: do you think Gio’s got what it takes to become a major player in the hip-hop game? If you’re leaning toward the affirmative, be sure to check out his Fashionably Late EP when it drops digitally in March.
Written by richard on 02/18/13
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