After releasing singles Rolllinnn’ and Pay Back, DJBooth favorite, Mike Schpitz is back with perennial collaborator Slot-A for their latest joint effort, the world premiere of their Alex Alicea-directed O’PennyOns video. Slot-A puts forth a banging, bass heavy beat that sets off Schpitz’ rhymes, who throws down some impressive lines over the unorthodox production: “Plenty people, strugglin’ and sufferin’ in my hometown/ Everybody know it but still keep it on low down.” The duo’s upcoming album, Have You Seen My Stapler?, has yet to be given a release date, but you can keep your ears locked to DJBooth for the latest news.
Written by Dillon White on 10/31/12
Chicago-based emcee Mike Schpitz and emcee/beatsmith Slot-A have come together with BringingDownTheBand.com and The DJBooth to bring listeners their new collaborative street album, Have You Seen My Stapler? The project...
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