On the hook of Over Here, a new joint effort from emcee Ruste Juxx and producer Shae Money, Juxx spits, “You can get bodied over here.” While he might be referring to a hater or fake who’s stumbled into the wrong neighborhood, he could just as easily be referring to beats, because he murders Money’s production. The Duck Down Records emcee’s hostile, gunplay-filled lyrics might not be what some are interested in, but there is no denying his talent. His flow is quite rugged, but meshes perfectly with the slick instrumental, which features some stellar scratching. This collab is not (yet) a part of anything bigger but, should you be in the market for more, you can check out Juxx’s last Booth feature, March’s Stand Strong.
Written by Lucas G. on 04/23/13
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