Back in the Booth after nearly a year’s absence, Sugar Tongue Slim has slimmed down in the stage-name department since we last saw him; the Philadelphia/Atlanta dual representative now goes by the sleeker STS. As Shakespeare would say, a dope rapper by any other name still sounds just as fresh, and those who enjoyed the artist’s previous features will likely be equally impressed with new mixtape leak Parachute, which finds STS expressing his love and devotion to a female his family disapproves of (a very Shakespearean theme, coincidentally). Philly emcee Cassidy takes over on the track’s middle portion, waxing poetic about weed and Patron over Pierre Medor‘s sweeping, synth-drenched instrumental. R.L. Huggard, frontman of Minne-ap R&B group Next, rounds out the record’s guest lineup, contributing impassioned vocals on the hook and bridge. STS’ Demand More 2 mixtape is set to hit the ‘net sometime in March – in the meantime, keep it locked to the Booth for all the latest leaks!
Written by richard on 01/25/10
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