After giving listeners a chance to hear their Interview, Terrace Martin cooked up a gospeldelic offering that is equal parts Tyler Perry and Kirk Franklin with a West Coast twist. Coast 2 Coast features emcee Mykestro going in over a lively-instrumental track. The former unsigned hype from South Central, Los Angeles, flips witty vernacular over Martin’s lighthearted head-nodder. As the duo attempt to redefine what it means to be a “gangsta rapper,” Mykestro does indeed take it Coast 2 Coast with his barrage of rapid-fire rhymes delivered at the speed of light. This is chemistry that plays itself out behind the boards, on wax, and, of course, inside the Booth.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 10/1/08
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"The Interview ft. Problem & Mykestro" (2008)
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