One-2‘s first Booth feature found the up-and-coming emcee lamenting how quick his homies were to reveal their Cold Blooded nature when money and fame came into the equation. On unreleased cut Bang On ‘Em, the L.A. native gives listeners a glimpse of his own dark side, explaining just what happens when he crosses paths with one of those fakes. Temporarily straying from the positive-minded approach he’s been taking lately, Chi-town’s Mikkey Halsted steps up to the mic to battle a few of his own demons over Komplex‘s hard-hitting beat, which sounds like it was pulled straight out of a horror video game soundtrack. If you’re feeling frustrated with some of your own homies, just flip this track on and vibe out— I guarantee you’ll feel better once you’ve gotten that negative energy out of your system!
Written by Burmy on 08/20/09
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