With Booth-acclaimed, Dot Da Genius-produced single Who’s Hotter, Mickey Factz stepped out onto the mainstream stage as a up-and-coming hipster-hop hitmaker with a style all his own—to recycle a terrible pun, the hard-rocking, confrontational swagger he brought to that record was as different from Kid CuDi‘s space-cadet stonerism as Day is from Nite. On newly-leaked LP cut Do My Do, the two emcees join forces to showcase their distinctively dope styles.. The stuttering percussion rhythm at the core of Sensibility beatsmith Precize‘s synth-driven beat proves the perfect springboard for agile, swag-drenched rhymes from both collaborators—CuDi’s head-spinningly acrobatic final verse in particular has to be heard to be believed. It’s most definitely some real “heat sh*t,” and if Factz and CuDi keep things at this level, there’s doubt they’ll soon reign supreme over the “weak sh*t” that currently dominates the airwaves. Factz’ forthcoming debut album has yet to receive a title or release date; keep it locked to the Booth for more info, and check back with us this July for the emcee’s contribution to our exclusive freestyle series.
Written by richard on 06/4/09
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