Whereas most of us reach straight for the cheap, low-octane gasoline in order to save a few pennies at the pump, Booth newcomer Hoodwink only feeds his whip with the best; it’s gotta be 93 Supreme. The Orlando-by-way-of-South Carolina rhymesayer is equally committed to quality when it comes to beats and rhymes, as evidenced by the lead single off his latest full-length. Here, FlashBeats’ trunk-ready synth-bass and atmospheric synths set the stage for hi-octane bars chronicling his growth from an ambitious youngster to an adult on the fast-track to rap stardom. Fans can find 93 Supreme and much more on Hood’s FallingUpward street album, available for free digital download as of November 3.
Written by richard on 11/15/12
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