Life don’t come with a road map, so you can expect to Get Lost every now and again. On the inaugural leak off The Sinopsis’ forthcoming, Booth-sponsored street album, Kooley High beatsmith Sinopsis flips Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes’ You Know How to Make Me Feel So Good into a dreamy backdrop for his colleagues’ dreamy reflections on the twists and turns of circumstance. Feeling it? More head-nodding beats and fresh guest rhymes await on The Buzz Factory Vol. 1, scheduled to hit our mixtape page for free download this spring.
Written by richard on 01/25/12
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