Music doesn’t always need a purpose. Sometimes two rappers just make a record because the beat sounds nice and they’ve got some rhymes they need to get on track. Case in point, ScHoolboy Q and TiRon’s Love Me Not, a new cut that doesn’t appear to be any more complicated than two west coasters making music for music’s sake. Chuck Inglish of the Cool Kids provides the lightly bouncing, supremely mellow beat that ScHoolboy and TiRon rhyme over, the former dropping rhymes that are about as far from Nightmare on Figg St. as you can get, and the latter providing more of the female-focused bars he’s come to be known for. While there’s no larger project announced from these two (yet), you can trust The DJBooth to keep you updated.
Written by Nathan S. on 05/1/12
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