Oft imitated but never equaled, the DJBooth Freestyle Series ran from February 2009 through June 2011. Its 250 total entries came courtesy of a veritable who’s-who of underground and emerging emcees, including rising stars like Kendrick Lamar, Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller. Last week, we kicked off the series’ second chapter with Dark Horse Rising, a reader-acclaimed contribution from ANTHM. The latest entry in the series comes courtesy of Jersey-born, Philly-based buzzmaker Rich Quick. On The Foundation, STRESS‘s piano-loop/vocoder boardwork sets the stage for bars packed with witty, irreverent commentary on the hip-hop game. Rich has yet to unveil the next item on his agenda, but fans can still stream his last project, August’s Sad Songz EP, for free in the Booth.
Written by richard on 11/26/13
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"Travelin' Man (STREECE Remix)" (2013)
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