The two entries in Tarantino’s Kill Bill series could hardly have been more different: the first featured nonstop stylized action, whereas the second was dominated by endless conversations. Lucky for our readers, the latest Booth-exclusive world premiere from New Orleans-based rhymesayer Shome takes after the former. Kicked off with some eerie whistling fans may recall from the film, this joint finds the Indian-American rhymesayer and Canadian homie Dillan Ponders trading aggressive, rapid-fire verses over a menacing instrumental by T-Dot’s Tay Lewis. Shome’s next street album, Namaste, is slated to drop in August. In the meantime, of course, fans can keep it locked for the latest singles.
Update: We have added the SwitchMedia-directed visuals for Shome’s Kill Bill single.
Written by richard on 07/23/14
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