Though the New England scene has produced many a Booth favorite, neither Quite Nyce nor Seek of popular Massachusetts duo RADix have been featured on our front page—until now. Like so many group alumni before him, Nyce is striking out on his own with the August 25th release of solo debut Through My Eyes. On This Is My Life, the latest leak off the LP’s official “prequel”mixtape, the emcee gives listeners a taste of what he has to offer on the solo tip. Those patient enough to make it through the 55-second intro will be rewarded; Nyce’s mile-a-minute flow, along with Dox‘s old-school, Premo/Statik Selektah-inspired beat make this track a can’t-miss. If Nyce’s nice bars leave you hungry for more lyrically-driven jams, be sure to download Hello My Name Is Quite Nyce on August 18th, a week prior to Through My Eyes’ drop date.
Written by Burmy on 07/29/09
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