Were you aware Iowa is the only state name that starts with two vowels? Chances are you never took the time to think about it, did you? Well, let me teach you a little more about Iowa and introduce you to the young Hawkeye-bred duo nuLOVE, who broke into the Booth with their hazy banger Riki-Oh earlier this month. On new release Hearts Up nuLOVE’s lyricist Boycott conveys a powerful message with a skill that could be easily mistaken for an established NY, LA, or Chi emcee. nuLOVE’s producing half, Jharee, once again crafts a unique beat that encourages lucid, psychotropic visions. Assuming this single will be just as successful as the first, expect their corresponding project, Equinox Vol. 3 to garner some serious attention when it drops exclusively on The DJBooth, December, 17. Throw your hearts up in the sky if you can feel it.
Written by @Grubeats on 12/12/12
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