There is a new movement on the rise in Georgia – one that bears a close resemblance to the classic sounds of Goodie Mob and the Dungeon Family. Collectively known as the Georgia Durt camp, rising stars B.o.B., Playboy Tre and Bohagon have been winning listeners left and right with their fresh lyrical skills. The newest emcee to join this faction goes by the name of Swagg. For his Booth debut, he follows the “smokers’ anthem,” formula, teaming up with fan-favorite B.o.B. to demonstrate how their grass is So Sticky. Smokers and non-smokers alike will be able to enjoy producer Damon Eden‘s percussion-heavy beat (which might remind some of Timbaland‘s past work). With So Sticky and other recent cuts, Georgia Durt has proven itself as a collective to watch in ‘09.
Written by Burmy on 12/8/08
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