No, Quake Matthews hasn’t traded in thought-provoking bars and moody underground boardwork for basic FruityLoops beats and lyrics about Superman-ing hoes. The title of the Halifax, Nova Scotia repper’s latest single refers to the Dance Song he could have recorded, if his principles hadn’t won out over his desire for money and airplay. Over the atmospheric synth production of Booth fave Lucy and many more quality cuts, freshman full-length Corrado is scheduled for release tomorrow, April 4, via iTunes.
Written by richard on 04/3/13
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