Made up of Booth fave Mike Schpitz and newcomer Pete Sayke, Grumpy Old Men have stepped into the Booth to make their collaborative Booth debut with America, the inaugural leak off their forthcoming street album. Making its world premiere in the Booth, the soulful, Ta-Ku-produced cut follows two youths—one white, the other black—as their respective life circumstances lead them to a tragic confrontation. For more fresh beats and thought-provoking rhymes, check out the Grumpy Old Men’s Sunday Skool mixtape when it hits the ‘net next month.
Written by richard on 09/28/11
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