Fresh off hooking up with Freddie Gibbs on last week’s reader-approved Scale, J NICS keeps the momentum going with another fresh song release off his latest street album. While project standout On the Go is all about staying in motion, project collaborator DJ Burn One keeps it syrupy slow on the production crafting a Southern-fried beat ideal for whip rotation. The Floridian rhymesayer follows his partner’s example on the mic, detailing his fast-paced lifestyle in enjoyably laid-back bars. Bernz and Wrekonize, fellow Panhandle State representatives and the frontmen of Strange Music crew ¡MAYDAY!, team up to deliver a breezy sung chorus. Released earlier this month, Darkside is available now for streaming and purchase (in both free and premium versions) right here in the Booth.
Written by richard on 12/17/12
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