Considering his KickDrums-assisted single, Machines, was extremely well-received by our staff and readers, it wouldn’t be crazy to think that OnCue would Never Do Better. Today, however, the Booth favorite once again exceeds expectations with a unique new breakup cut. Atop the wavy production work of Felix Snow, driven by a chopped, delayed sample, OnCue says buh-bye to his girl and lets her know she will Never Do Better then him. In addition to letting his passionate flow do the talking, Cuey showcases his versatility by delivering a smooth hook. His deep-voiced flow is complemented by the similarly low-pitched, emphatic delivery of Ro Ransom, who shares in the heartbreak with a breakup themed end verse of his own. There is no word on anything larger, but we will keep you posted on the Connecticut repper’s plans in the weeks and months ahead.
Written by Lucas G. on 06/27/13
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