Rockwell Knuckles may be a robot (at least, that’s what he seemed to be implying on his Booth debut) but, as far as the St. Louis repper’s concerned, that’s a hell of a lot better than what his peers are: a bunch of clones. On new single Play Catch, Powers calls out artists who stay in lockstep with the rest of the pack, spitting over the exuberant boardwork of Ryan McNeely. Digging it? Keep it locked for further details on the yet-unscheduled You’re F*cking Out, I’m F*cking In, as well as staying tuned for Powers’; forthcoming entry in our Exclusive Freestyle Series.
Written by richard on 05/20/11
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