Craving a fresh new hip-hop record to soundtrack your daily stunting regimen? Fear not – J. Cardim and a few of his equally Booth-approved homies are On It! The latest leak off Dice Music Group‘s forthcoming compilation mixtape finds the Northeastern beatsmith flexing his production muscles with a sparse mix of bells, drumline snares and sirens as Massachusetts up-and-comer (and exclusive freestyle series contributor) Ariez Onasis and Houston mainstay Paul Wall tantalize listeners with snapshots of the fast life – from the days spent enjoying champagne and weed while jet-setting around the globe in private jets, to the nights spent cavorting with shawtys on waterbeds. Rounding out this high-rolling banger’s guest lineup are two perennial Booth favorites: Virgin Islands-bred brothers Da Spokesman and Don’t Talk Much of Rock City seal the deal with a characteristically catchy chorus. Fans can hear more from J. Cardim and the whole Dice Music Group family on The In Crowd, which has yet to receive a solid drop date – keep it locked for release details!
Written by richard on 06/27/10
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"Dope Boy For Real ft. Sheek Louch & J. Cardim" (2008)
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