Lying can be a great way to build credibility when you don’t deserve it. (Remember how Vanilla Ice supposedly grew up in the ‘hood and went to high school with Luther Campbell?) Unfortunately, there’s always gonna be someone with the determination, and the connects to unmask you for the fraud you are. (Remember how that turned out for Vanilla Ice?) Seeing that the latest generation of rappers seems to have forgotten the mortifying lessons of their progenitors, Montage One offers a powerful reminder of the value of realness on Lie #1—a Booth-exclusive world premiere, and the final song release off his forthcoming album. Backed by DJ Babu‘s catchy sample work, the veteran emcee sits an archetypical fake down in the interrogation chair, watching the mendacious spitter squirm and he unravels his deceptions. International crew The Foreign Exchange and singer YaHzarah tie it all together with some melodious backing vocals. Dropping tomorrow, 10.6.3 OGX is available now for pre-order in both a full version and a clean, DJ edition.
Written by richard on 09/24/12
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