Dopehead, the first release off Slaine‘s next solo LP, was a tongue-in-cheek takedown of those who devote their lives to scoring drugs. The Coka Nostra frontman returns to that satirical mode on his latest single, Bobby Be Real, linking up with two fellow underground mic-murderers to chronicle the untimely demise of a drug, liquor and sex-addicted street thug with a sideline in rapping. Strange Music capo Tech N9ne and Swollen Member Madchild handle guest duties, delivering their intricately-flowed bars over a quirky woodwind beat by Louis Bell. The King of Everything Else is set to drop Tuesday, August 19, but Booth readers will get a sneak peek at the set the preceding Monday, when it hits our front page for free, full streaming.
Written by richard on 08/4/14
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"Prelude to the Poison" (2011)
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