For most guys, bagging an independent woman with perfect-10 looks, who can both work a stripper pole and cook a five-star meal, and is willing to get freaky at any hour of the day or night, is about as likely as spotting a unicorn sipping a latte at your local Starbucks. But, hey, why cut corners when it comes to your fantasies? On She Could Be, their first Booth feature, Nu Revolution twosome Kontact & Black Knight pay tribute to a female who can do all of the above and more. Over Rafpak‘s bouncy, head-noddable synth backdrop, the rappers paint a lyrical portrait of their feminine ideal, focusing especially on her enthusiasm in the sack: “She do her thing on the low with the lights out, she make it go all night like a night owl.” The end result is a record as entertaining as ladies of the caliber they describe are difficult to find – which is to say, very. Fans can find this cut and seven more exclusive joints starring Black Knight & Kontact, along with new music from a variety of the game’s hottest talents, on Volume 5 of Revolt Radio‘s Revolution Riot Report, set to hit our mixtape page for free streaming and download this Tuesday, September 7.
Written by richard on 09/6/10
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