On, Black Hero Music (Superman), entry #3 in Skyzoo‘s weekly Penny Freestyle Series, the Brooklyn phenom (and DJBooth.net freestyle series alum) puts his own spin on a relatively obscure beat that’s near and dear to his heart. Flowing over a Black Milk instrumental included as a hidden track on the Slum Village member’s 2009 solo debut, Popular Demand, ‘zoo showcases all of the lyrical dexterity fans have come to expect. In addition to keeping it locked for further freestyles, fans can hear more freshness on the artist’s Booth-hosted The Great Debater LP, available here for streaming and download.
Written by richard on 08/11/11
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"The Necessary Evils" (2008)
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