If cities could blush, Boston’s cheeks would be bright red right about now. Who’s responsible, you may ask? Well, It’s all thanks to Beantown-bred, Dallas-based up-and-comer Supastar LT, whose Booth debut sees him shouting from the mountaintops,”I Love My City, f*ck ‘em all!” On this newly-leaked track, set for inclusion on the up-and-comer’s forthcoming Voice of the City mixtape, Supastar waxes poetic about his hometown and his own bright future in the music biz, flowing over the anthemic, synth-drenched boardwork of Vybe Beats. In his middle verse, Kardinal Offishall takes listeners all the way up to T-Dot, likening Canada’s foremost metropolis to “the profile of Beyoncé,” and Flatbush, Brooklyn’s Red Cafe rounds out the record’s widely-dispersed lineup, delivering a few street-certified bars on the back end. This hometown-pride anthem and much more can be found on Supastar’s latest street album, hosted by DJ Drama and set to hit the net on the first of next month.
Written by richard on 10/12/09
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