Whereas some artists are only too happy to let beef escalate into physical altercations, Quiz prefers to Talk Sh*t and Burn Rubber. Not because he’s scared; his packed schedule simply doesn’t allow him to spend time tussling with suckers. On this freshly-released mixtape single, the follow-up to June’s Just Do Me, the West Coast mainstay spits about a few of the higher-priority activities on his agenda: breaking bread with his tightly-knit inner circle, getting it in with dime pieces of both the ‘hood and bougie variety, and the like. Joining Quiz over Rocky LA Based‘s driving street boardwork, Booth fave Thurz talks a little sh*t of his own on the back end. Jarett direct’s the joint’s breezy visual accompaniment. Featuring collaborations with the likes of Rapper Big Pooh and Crooked I, Quiz’ Dope Kicks, Fresh Hats tape has yet to receive a drop date. While you wait for further details, why not check out Thurz’ guest contribution to Mdotformayor‘s Give It to You, featured yesterday in the Booth?
Written by richard on 07/30/13
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