For many rappers, the biggest threats to their well-being are rival hustlers and traitorous homies. Longtime Booth fave Kyle Lucas’ most formidable obstacles, on the other hand, have always seemed to come from inside. Thus, it should come as no surprise that the title character of freshly-released mixtape standout Worst Enemy is none other than Kyle Lucas himself. Over Quincy Kwalae‘s quietly intense electronic grooves, the Georgia native chronicles his continuing struggle against writer’s block, financial irresponsibility and other manifestations of his instinct for self-sabotage. Marc Goone, the Missouri native who recently brought us Dennis Rodman, assists on the guest tip. Featuring this cut, previous single Housewife and much more, Kyle Lucas’ It’s Always Sunny in Marietta 2 street album is available now for free streaming and download in the Booth.
Written by richard on 04/11/13
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"The New Light" (2009)
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