It’s a good day for fans of emerging artists. Smileyface is one of a handful of emcees who will make their DJBooth debut today. While each one of the Booth rookies impresses, the smokers out there will take a special liking to this record. Neighborhood Hippy may be a smoker-friendly jam, but it is by no means light and cloudy. Laphelle cooks up a headnodic beat with a slight feathery vibe. Any softness is erased by Smiley’s raspy, charismatic flow. Joining him on the mic, Trap Bo Chad rounds out the tune with his fun, leaning flow. This cut is a standout off Smiley’s The Hippy Chronicles, out now and available for free download.
Written by Lucas G. on 05/14/14
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