When Natural first dropped City Kids back in April, the response on our pages was tremendous. Readers awarded the cut an average of 4.0 stars, praising the artist’s deft bars as well as Teddy Roxpin‘s production. In other words, the Boston native’s set a very high bar for the official remix. Rather than taking the conservative route and hewing close to the original, Natural goes all-out; not only does he spit two brand new verses, but he trades original featuree Dutch Rebelle for a new guest, Is This Art? auteur Michael Christmas. Has Natural outdone himself with this remix? That my friends, is for you to decide. The album version of City Kids can be found on Natural’s Ways to Go LP, available for free streaming and download in the Booth.
Written by richard on 05/13/14
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