Why couldn’t early Super Nintedo games have songs like this to blast? Okay, maybe technology wasn’t up to par to include human voices yet, but you can’t deny that it would have put you in the zone more. On the DJBooth premiere of Rich Quick and ASK?‘s new single, They Fold, the pair prove in more ways than you might have thought possible that they deserve your respect. Although it’s ASK?‘s first appearance here at the Booth, he proves that he can hang with a Booth frequenter like Rich Quick with diverse flows and bars that are “sublime, not subliminal/magnified, not minimal.” The two emcees keep it in the CORFU family, their Philly Hip-Hop collective, by enlisting producer Rob Devious to inject some extra bass into the 8-bit beat. They Fold will be found on Rich’s next EP, Rich Quick and ASK? - Shes Likes It. Expect the project to drop late summer, when the two are done causing the weak to fold on their tour.
Written by Bryan H on 05/1/14
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