It’s never a good a idea to get involved with someone who treats his or her life as if it were a movie; while it might seem romantic at first, constant drama is never a good look. When they think they’re part of a Tarantino flick, you’ll be lucky to get out of the relationship alive… but the affair is certain to be interesting while it lasts. Booth fave (and freestyle alum) Jared Evan learned that lesson the hard way, judging by the story he tells on his latest feature. Backed by the understated keyboard loops of constant collaborator !llmind, the Brooklyn-based Renaissance man describes a certain shawty’s oral skills by reference to a famous scene from Pulp Fiction: “You blew my brains out in the car.” B.K. mic-murderer Skyzoo (also a freestyle alum) does his best Jules Winnfield on verse two. This unreleased jam is just a loosie, but we’ll keep you supplied with the latest news and tunes from both of these reader-acclaimed artists.
Written by richard on 02/5/14
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