I hate to admit it, but it’s been years since I had the flexibility to Touch [My] Toes without bending my knees a little. The shawty described on the first Booth feature from Columbia Records duo Rich Kidz, on the other hand, is ready, willing and able to perform that feat on command. It probably goes without saying, though, that RK Kaelub and Skateboard Schooly are interested in more than her gymnastic skills. Over Go Grizzly‘s bouncy percussion and keyboard loops, the ATL-based partners-in-rhyme gleefully recount her evolution from a good girl to a certified freak—and the Rich Kidz’ number-one fan. Touch Yo Toes is the second official single off the twosome’s F.A.C.T.S.(Few Are Chosen to Succeed) mixtape, scheduled for digital release in March.
Written by richard on 01/17/14
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