Having gone the high-concept route with last fall’s Syndication tape, which found him rhyming over the theme songs of various of popular television series (as flipped by frequent production partner Diwon), underground emcee Kyle Rapps has decided to simplify things with the follow-up and simply GET IT IN over some dope instrumentals. On the latest single off the forthcoming project, released along with some hilarious low-budget visuals by Robbie Barclay, a compulsively head-noddable Belief instrumental backs the Harlemite as he trades witty, allusive verses with Queens-repping neighbor Action Bronson. Complete with an outro to the tune of Scarborough Fair, this laid-back lyrical banger is just one of many quality cuts to be found on SUB, scheduled for release this spring.
Written by richard on 01/25/13
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