Cincinnati rapper/producer Ill Poetic and Worcester, Mass. rhymesayer Quite Nyce may hail from different hip-hop regions but, considering their shared affinity for uncompromising underground sounds, it should come as no surprise that they’ve hooked up to create a Booth-hosted underground EP. What’s more, they both have a propensity for pummeling the competition with brutal battle rhymes, as evidenced by bruising song release Over. Making its world premiere right here on our front page, this cut finds Poetic showcasing his skills on both sides of the boards, blending samples with simmering synths as he and his partner shower sucker emcees with lyrical napalm. Punchline and Wordsworth turn in equally aggressive performances on the guest tip. Has this two-fisted banger left you hungry for more? You’ll be able to find Over and two more original cuts on the collaborators’ On Some Bull$h*t EP, set to hit the Booth next Monday, September 24, for free streaming and download.
Written by richard on 09/19/12
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