Yesterday, I stupidly promised a friend a ride home during rush hour; the 20 minute drive ended up taking around 45 minutes. I thought I knew all about Hell On a Highway, but that was before I heard this exclusive DJBooth premiere. If I had been able to bump Pete Sayke‘s latest featured cut during my drive, that rush hour journey would have flown by. Sadly I didn’t, but I’ll take a simple yet soulful beat like the one turned in here by ThatKidMyself whenever I can get it. A beat this juicy needs to be blessed more than once, which is exactly why the charismatic, heartfelt Sayke grabbed friends Brail, Neak and Slot-A, each of whom add a special dose of flavor to this dense, potent number. Hell On A Highway will be found on Pete and Kid’s forthcoming collabo project, Forever, which will be available for free download via The DJBooth on April 29.
Written by Lucas G. on 04/16/14
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