Like Jay-Z, Nemo Achida has 99 Problems. (Whether any of them are girl problems, I haven’t the foggiest.) Rather than stressing, however, the Kentucky native sets out to resolve them one by one on the latest single off his newly-released studio debut. Joining the headliner over Sean “Golden Child” Mangan‘s breezy sample work, Booth-approved crooner Rocki Evans delivers the hook. Achida’s Locksmith Records debut, Goodbye Brooklyn [Extended], is available online as of Tuesday, March 6. Its predecessor, the Nemotional street album, is still available in the Booth for free streaming and download.
Written by richard on 03/28/12
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