What good is outside acclaim if you haven’t got the self-esteem to back it up? On Feelin’ Myself, the second world premiere off Quite Nyce‘s forthcoming,DJBooth-sponsored EP, the Massachusetts rhymesayer gives himself a much-deserved lyrical pat on the back, flowing over the head-noddable sample work of Swiss beat crew The Soulslicers. Are you as impressed with Quite Nyce as the underground emcee clearly is with himself? You’ll be able to find this record, the previously-featured title track and much more on Quite Nyce’s Cautious EP, set to hit our mixtape page June 13, for free streaming and download.
Update: Click “Watch Video” or scroll down to view Quite Nyce’s Soulslicers-directed (and produced) Im Feelin Myself visual.
Written by richard on 06/7/12
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