Sometimes a picture’s worth a thousand words. For example, the photo directly to the left of this blurb should give you a good idea of Cleveland crew iPhonic‘s general style, sound and life philosophy before you even hit “play” on their Booth debut. Party-ready banger Shut It Down finds Ben Shigel and Matt Gibson handling production duties, serving up a driving beat as the Booth newcomers deliver a lyrical account of the liquor-soaked revelry showcased in their promo pic. Complete with the guest stylings of Bone Thugs member Krayzie Bone, this cut is but one of many dancefloor-scorchers set for inclusion on Rock N Roll Vol. 1, set to drop in September.
Written by richard on 07/27/11
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