With his fourth Booth feature released just weeks ago, New York City by way of Israel emcee Sneakas seems set on making his mark on the Booth. As opposed to April’s Neighborhood Watch, which featured Bishop Lamont, Sneakas’ latest release Negatives takes on a more lighthearted tone as he addresses fake rappers and a slew of other phonies. The lyricist drops a bevy of animated rhymes in the song’s first verse including this clever gem: “You don’t need beats by Dre to hear me/ I guess that’s why they fear me/ While all these rappers tell you anything you wanna hear like Siri.” Producer //LXG puts in serious work on the nearly five-minute long record, which features everything from robust piano keys to harsh drum kicks. If Sneakas has made his way onto your radar then check out his cleverly-titled There’s A Rapp For That mixtape when it’s released “soon.”
First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Neighborhood Watch" (2012)
Total DJ Booth Features:
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