Judging by the reviews garnered by Hoodie Allen‘s previous Booth features, our readers have a healthy respect for the Empire State buzzmaker, but there are those elsewhere in the hip-hop blogosphere (cough, haters) who have questioned his skills on the mic. With newly-released promo cut Nolan Ryan, he seeks to silence all doubters. Over !llmind‘s looped soul samples, Hoodie unleashes bar after blistering bar of triple-time rhymes. This record is currently just a loosie but, depending on the amount of buzz it produces, it may or may not make it onto the artist’s upcoming debut album. Either way, stay tuned for further details on the project, which currently lacks a title and drop date.
Written by richard on 06/11/14
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