In light of the tremendous reader response to a certain Drake/Kanye/Weezy/Em collabo, we were considering giving our Feature Selection Committee a much-needed vacation and switching to an all-Forever freestyle, all-the-time format for the next couple months. If readers liked it the first time, they’ll like it even more the 101st time… right? Okay, in all seriousness, we’d never subject you to that; in fact, this track will be the first and last Forever retread to grace our frontpage. Recorded this past weekend and making its world premiere right here in the Booth, reader fave Marky‘s I Want This 43ver is a cut above your average freestyle. Shifting unpredictably between laid-back and frenetic flows, the D.C. emcee delivers wordplay-rich bars that mesh beautifully with Boi-1da‘s densely-layered beat. It’s clear that Marky doesn’t plan on stoppin’ anytime soon, and with rhymes this razor-sharp, he’s undoubtedly headed to the top. IWT43ver is a Booth exclusive, but fans can hear more from the DMV rapper on his recently-released Nothing Is 43ver mix-album, available for download here.
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Written by richard on 08/31/09
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