It’s nothing new to hear a rapper wax poetic about a female clubgoer’s agility on the dancefloor, but what Booth newcomer Lazee‘s first feature lacks in conceptual originality, it makes up for—and then some—in execution. On The Way You Move, Ty Fyffe slices and dices Led Zeppelin’s Black Dog into a hard-rocking backdrop for the Malmö, Sweden rhymesayer’s energetic bars. Complete with an unexpected, freestyled interlude, this innovative club banger is only the beginning of the dope material to be found on Lazee’s DJ Large-hosted One Way Ticket tape, available online as of December 2011. Additionally, fans can click here to peep this record’s official video, directed by Kristian Riffo.
Written by richard on 01/30/12
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