Pardon the obvious, but we at DJBooth do not support our readers getting addicted to crack cocaine. Seriously, it ain’t worth it. Getting hooked on Crack, the first Booth feature from Big Apple rapper/producer Probe DMS? Now that’s an entirely different story. Premiered yesterday as part of RefinedHype and The Incomparable Shakespeare‘s New Music Tuesdays series, this joint finds the headliner Probe serving up an energetic, syncopated-synth beat as he and and the man who brought us British Invasion tout their mic skills and their work ethic, with the help of a few famous lines from 50 Cent‘s Poor Lil Rich. Though the collaborators acknowledge that they don’t personally move product (“Although I’ve never sold drugs, most of my friends do, from the blue collar ones straight down to the crew.”), each exhibits the relentless hustle of a true dope boy. Has this underground banger got you addicted? In addition to staying tuned for further details on Probe’s upcoming Life Is a Movie LP, fans should log onto RefinedHype each Tuesday for more premieres from Incomparable Shakespeare.
Written by richard on 09/15/10
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