With the flowers blooming and the birds chirping, Big Apple emcee-producer Iron Solomon has come down with a case of Spring Fever. Originally leaked to the ‘net last year but presented here in its official, finished form, this breezy album inclusion finds Gordon Voidwell serving up a quirky synth beat as the Fight Klub champ brags and game-spits his way through engaging verses. Digging it? Don’t miss the rest of what Solomon’s got in store on forthcoming full-length Monster, featuring appearances by Scram Jones, Talib Kweli, Cassidy and more!
Written by richard on 04/18/11
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