Forgot to brush your teeth today? Have no fear, Lil’ KeKe‘s stepped into the Booth with a record that’ll leave your breath smelling Fresher Than a Peppermint. OK, I lied – this new single won’t cure your halitosis, but it will put a spring into the step of Dirty Southern rap aficionados. Leaked to the ‘net back in October but presented here in its final, mastered form (courtesy of beatsmiths Beanz N Kornbread), Peppermints finds Keke teaming up with Houston icons Slim Thug and Paul Wall, along with Dallas’ Dorrough for some heavy-duty stunting. Over the aforementioned production duo’s sizzling synths and stomp-clap-click percussion, the Texan emcees unleash a slew of larger than life boasts and a deluge of fresh/fly-themed similes. If this swagger-drenched cut leaves you feeling minty-fresh, keep it locked to the Booth for all the latest tunes leading up to the second-quarter 2010 release of KeKe’s 13th studio album, Only in America.
Written by richard on 12/9/09
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