For week four of his Penny Freestyle Series, Skyzoo takes a very cinematic track from the Watch The Throne album and freestyles over Lift Off, titling his version Take It There. Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock like the dudes in the Geico commercial, you’re already familiar with the dramatic instrumental that Sky rips over. In between Beyonce vocals Zoo talks about the accomplishments and the determination, letting us know that this was always the plan; you can check the desk from schools and camp to see how bad he wanted it. While the freestyle is a short little teaser, I can definitely see this being an intro for a dope album. Whether it is the best of four freestyles so far is for you to decide, but it is certain that Sky ripped it and didn’t hesitate going in just like good ol’ Penny used to do.
Written by JRTheWriter on 08/18/11
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