If you want to succeed in the music game, you’d better be able to turn a deaf ear to non-constructive criticism; especially where the Internet is concerned, hate is never in short supply. Young Starr, K. Rich and R. Dott of Chi-town trio Ko*Starz never let naysayers ruffle their feathers, as they explain on newly-released mixtape single He Say She Say. Here, the group continue in the vein of previously-featured track Be, spitting confident, positive-minded rhymes (complete with the occasional stoneriffic tangent) over beatsmith AOK‘s spacey blend of reverb-drenched guitar riffs, driving percussion, and electronic ambiance. The result is sure to please the trio’s fans and, of course, infuriate the haters. If you’re digging this unique, head-nodding motivational jam, keep it locked to DJBooth.net – the Starz’ forthcoming mixtape has yet to receive a title or release date, but you can rest assured we’ll bring you all the latest.
Written by richard on 01/6/10
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