Jersey native Young Starrs and Connecticut’s Murph are currently enjoying their status as ‘underground superstars.’ As a follow-up to their popular online release, Loose Change, the tandem has set out to prove that hip-hop is indeed alive and well on their new single, Showtime. While the duo spits classic underground verses with no features to take away the spotlight, producer Statik Selektah‘s brass-percussion combo should remind listeners of Jay-Z‘s ‘03 classic, Encore. For fun, we suggest you play Showtime while taking a relaxing drive through the bright lights of the nearest big city—it’ll be, “Lights, camera, action!” from here on out!
Written by Burmy on 05/14/08
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