As far as Uptown and A.I. of Planet VI are concerned, solo dolo is the only way to roll. Granted, they’re typically found together, and they’re willing to make room for the right collaborator—but other than that, they’re all about maintaining their solitude. Premiered last month in advance of their street album release, the video for American Nightmare stand out selection By Myself is a ruggedly individualistic, mildly embittered kiss-off to the fakes, leeches and hangers-on that come with success in the music game. Joining the duo over Booth-approved beat crew SMKA‘s minimalistic production, Curtis Williams also provides some high quality guest vocals. The DJBooth-spsonsored American Nightmare is available for free download and the duo’s Booth-exclusive interview can be viewed here.
Written by richard on 09/13/12
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