Today may mark Kobe Honeycutt‘s grand entrance into the Booth as a solo artist but, in truth, the singer feels less like a newcomer than an old friend. Since guesting on Trump Gees’ Don’t Judge Me way back in November of 2010, he has handled hook duties on a whopping eight featured cuts. His hesitance to take center stage certainly wasn’t due to a lack of skills; G on It proves that the Chicago native is more than able to carry a record on his lonesome. Here, DJ Khalil and Brian Morgan‘s dreamy synths set the mood as Honeycutt tries to persuade his favorite dancer to hop down from the stage and spend an evening with him. The cool $1,000 in his pocket, combined with his charismatic vocal presence, makes his offer damn near impossible to refuse. If you’re anxious to spend a little more time with Kobe, you’ll got your opportunity soon: Ghetto Thriller as yet lacks a drop date, but we’ll keep you supplied with fresh tunes and release details as they emerge.
Written by richard on 07/5/13
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