Less than an hour ago, we heard unsigned R&B singer Jeremy Thurber brush off a shawty trying to ruin his good time on lead EP single Buzzkill. P.SO‘s sound and style are worlds apart from Thurber’s but he’s equally invulnerable to negativity. On single numero uno off his next full-length, the Brooklyn-repping reader fave assures us, “Ain’t nobody gonna Kill My High.” Which isn’t to say he’s blind to the bad ish going on around him. The verses he delivers over KO Beatz‘s lush production touch upon such difficult topics as racist cops and inequitable school funding. Warner Bros recording artist Outasight, a longtime Booth fave, lends his vocals to the chorus. Featuring this upbeat, thought-provoking jam and much more, Gateway to Greatness / Constellations will be released on June 3, via HiPNOTT Records.
Written by richard on 05/13/14
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