When a rapper is less than plainspoken, it often takes several songs or even entire albums to figure out where exactly his or her head is at. That’s not the case with Booth newcomer Royal-Tee; simply give his latest single a spin, let the bars marinate, and you’re sure to start seeing things from his P.O.V.. Over Kenneth Cartel‘s effervescent sample work, built around a soulful vocal loop, the East Charlotte repper offers his perspective on major deals (“Right now a record label ain’t my concern.”) self-promotion (“I ain’t beggin’ these blogs to give me a feature.”), worldly wealth (“I’m straight even if my sh*t don’t sell.”) and other topics relevant to his hustle. Reality Rap has yet to receive a drop date, but readers who find themselves nodding along to the artist’s lyrical insights can keep it locked to the Booth for further news and tunes.
Written by richard on 05/1/13
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