DJBooth newcomer Prototype‘s first feature on our pages may only last a mere two and a half minutes, but in that brief time span the Massachusetts spitter manages to pack quite the lyrical punch. On top of dropping his bold bars on Revolutionists, the self-proclaimed “rebel without a cause” recruits fellow Massachusetts emcee REKS, who serves as a rebellious icing on the cake on the delightfully brazen record. The rhyme-dropping duo find their words backed by boardwork from Vherbal Industries, who don’t hesitate in lacing the record with a myriad of pleasing sounds thanks to a combination of unexpected strings and vibrant bass. Revolutionists serves as the first single from the New England newcomer’s forthcoming The Originals mixtape, due out April 2013.
Written by Danielle H. on 10/29/12
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