In order to make it to the top of the name, you’ve first got to be able to Imagine yourself there. On his latest feature, leaked along with the also-unreleased Out the Jam, Chi-town mainstay Sir Michael Rocks spits about his own dreams of high-rollerdom (and plentiful booty) over Cardo‘s appropriately smooth, dreamy boardwork. Fans will be able to catch the Cool Kids emcee performing at The DJBooth‘s own SXSW showcase this March. Additionally, the artist’s Booth-sponsored 2011 mixtape, Rocks Report, is still available for free streaming and download.
Written by richard on 02/7/12
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