On his latest single, Sometimes I Don’t, emcee Raz Simone broadcasts a few things that he does and does not do. One item that could be placed in the later category is the creation of wack songs, because so far, the Seattle native is batting 1.000 on his growing library of Booth features. Though the record is off his forthcoming solo project, Solomon Samuel Simone EP, Raz still brings along a familiar face in Sam Lachow. The pair, who have shown their lighter side on Good Reasons, get a bit more thoughtful on the dense Sometimes. Kicking off the track is Raz, who engages listeners with his pensive, raspy flow as he discusses the dangers of both riding dirty and clean. Lachow rounds out the record, gracing the emotional boardwork from Nima Skeemz with a guest 16 that circles around the questions that he is forced to answer on his rise to the top. For more genuine Hip-Hop be sure to download Raz’ forthcoming EP, out March 19, but available in stream form at The DJBooth the day before.
Written by Lucas G. on 03/5/13
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