Three months after enjoying Booth-acclaimed single Cereal, OnCue devotees are doubtless getting hungry for more fresh material from the Connecticut representative. Not wanting to leave his fans hanging, the emcee has liberated Live Forever, an unreleased joint that won’t be appearing on his next full-length. Backed by Mike Kuz’ intricately-layered synth syncopation and reverberant percussion, Cuey and guest rhymesayer Skizzy Mars spit about their quest to achieve immortality through their rhymes. Has OnCue got what it takes to leave an indelible mark on hip-hop history? Only time will tell—but those leaning toward the affirmative can keep it locked for more from the ambitious up-and-comer, including the latest on currently-unscheduled LP Angry Young Man. In the meantime, you can click here to cop Skizzy Mars’ latest project, Phases, for free in the Booth.
Written by richard on 04/5/13
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