I hit play, then slapped two people and now they’re Spittin’ Out Blood and sh*t. And then they had the nerve to looked up at me like, “I thought it was all love and sh*t…” With the energy of this track, it was bound to happen. We’ll just call that incident collateral damage and charge it to Brooklyn female emcee, L.A. (no Hollywood), who goes hard on the mic for her DJBooth debut over a Hippie Sabotage-produced track. Gearing up for her new project, L.A. Riots, she’s out to prove that in a male dominated industry she has the bars to compete. On L.A.‘s last project, The Presentation, she borrowed a gang of beats from Kanye West as an introduction; but with her upcoming project she’ll reintroduce herself to fans and critics alike with just as many bars over original production. And Spittin’ Out Blood in all it’s aggressive-heartfelt glory is L.A.‘s flag in the sand, claiming her territory and demanding your attention. What do you think Booth Nation?
Written by ThroatChopU on 06/1/11
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