After four singles—May 10, 2012, Automatic, Lost N**gas and Struggle Rapper—listeners endowed with basic pattern recognition skills have likely concluded that QuEST‘s next album is gonna be dope. Nonetheless, the Jersey representative’s elected to liberate one last hors d’oeuvre before dinner is served. As you’ve likely guessed from the title, this cut is all about the artist’s insatiable Hunger for success. Rather than simply telling us about his drive and ambition, QuEST demonstrates it by lacing 6ix‘s cinematic choral-synth beat with some of the most blistering flows we’ve heard from him to date. If this record’s whet your appetite for more, you should circle September 2, on your calendar; that’s when Searching Sylvan will hit record stores and online retailers via Visionary Music Group.
Written by richard on 08/18/14
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