Sizing up romantic interests based on their musical taste is superficial, no doubt, but let’s be real: it’s hard to look at a guy or girl the same way after you learn that their iPod’s filled with nothing but Kreayshawn and Nickelback. Brooklyn rhymesayer P.SO knows what I’m talking about, but he’s not about to let a good prospect fall by the wayside due simply to a lackluster MP3 library. On new single She Don’t, the artist addresses a shawty whose collection is lacking in quality contemporary hip-hop, urging her to ignore the self-proclaimed ballers on the radio and delve into the fresh, progressive material he and his underground colleagues are putting out on the daily. Joining the headliner over KO Beatz’ lazy horn samples, 8thW1 shakes his head at at a certain woman’s bougie tendencies on verse two. Like what you’re hearing? More bangers await on P.SO’s debut album, The Gateway to Greatness, available on iTunes as of January 22.
Written by richard on 03/12/13
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