Introduced to The DJBooth via December 2012’s reader-approved Glass House, Micky Munday makes his long-awaited return to our pages with follow-up mixtape single Il Vero Amore. As the title (Italian for “true love”) suggests, this joint is dedicated to a special woman in the Los Angeles rhymesayer’s life. Backed by the tuneful, keyboard-led production of Phonix and Drupiano, Munday lets his girl know just how deep his affection for her runs: “If you cut me, I’ll bleed us / Every drop of blood will spell ‘trust.’” As he pours out his heart, he showcases the same agile flow that impressed listeners on his first feature, while adopting a gentler, more melodic delivery to match the lyrical theme. Singer G Curtis handles the hook. Have you fallen head-over-heels for this lovestruck jam? Those who answer in the affirmative should scoop up Micky’s Back to Work tape, presented by DJ Don Cannon and The Press.
Written by richard on 07/21/13
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