Featured in January along with Brian Storm‘s official visuals, Locksmith‘s House of Games freestyle found him delivering relentless bars over an ominous boom-bap instrumental co-produced by himself and Mike Blankenship. While House of Games II is presented as a sequel, you could just as well think of it as a remix. In addition to the headliner’s hard-hitting rhymes and eerie boardwork, this jam packs a tightly-wound guest 16 from Lock’s Nature Sounds buddy, R.A. The Rugged Man. Fans will be able to find House of Games II and many more bangers on Locksmith’s next independent full-length, the currently-unscheduled A Thousand Cuts. Additionally, watch for the emcee to participate in the DJBooth Freestyle Series when it resumes at the top of March.
Update: We have added the Brian Storm co-directed visuals for Locksmith’s House of Games II single.
Written by richard on 02/25/14
Submit your Rating
First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Livin Loaded" (2013)
You Might Like...
Commentsblog comments powered by Disqus
- What If Drake Didn’t Sign To Young Money?
- The Liberation of Lupe Fiasco on “Tetsuo & Youth”
- No Money, No Family: Iggy Azalea’s Insane Coming to America Story
- A Very Serious Lyrical Analysis of Lil Wayne’s “Sorry 4 The Wait 2”
- Rap Lines That Make No Fucking Sense: The Comeback
- 1 Listen Album Review: Lupe Fiasco’s “Tetsuo & Youth” (Lupe Back)
- Inside the Conspiracy Theory World of Childish Gambino’s Music Videos
- 2014 Best of the Booth Award Winners (The Complete List)
- Who Was the Worst Rapper of 2014?
- Your Favorite Indie Rapper is Secretly Signed to a Major Label
Discover the best new songs, videos, and albums added to the Booth.