Like many of you, wrestling shaped a good part of my childhood. I was always a huge fan of The Undertaker and The Rock, which meant I always preferred the WW
E to the WCW. Give me Stone Cold’s Stunner over Goldberg’s spear any day. However, despite my wrestling allegiances, I was still pumped to see the title of Roy Murci’s latest video single, n.W.o. At the off chance you weren’t a wrestling fan and have no idea what I am talking about, never fear, you can still enjoy The DJBooth new comer’s aggressive, in your face style on a track that is slated to appear on his forthcoming album, 1969. The DMV representative also brings along his tag-team partner, MarQuis Collins, who joins Murci in suplexing the hypnotizing, thoroughly banging beat, courtesy of Murci himself and The Fresh Republic. So step into the ring and prepare to get KO’ed by n.W.o, and be sure to check out his 1969 album, out now.
Written by Lucas G. on 09/5/12
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