Two Booth-approved rap buzzmakers hailing from St. Louis, Missouri, Rockwell Knuckles and Tef Poe have joined forces to craft a collaborative street album. Premiered yesterday via 2DopeBoyz, lead single Night Light sees the partners-in-rhyme taking a break from their hustle to party into the wee hours of the morning. Beatsmith Trifeckta layers scintillating synths over a slow-rolling drum pattern as Poe and Knuck wax poetic about their favorite nocturnal pastimes. American Idol alumnus Aloha Mi’sho, a Booth newcomer, lends her studio-tweaked vocals to the record’s chorus. Like what you’re hearing? More atmospheric beats and high-quality bars await on The David Ruffin Theory, scheduled to drop digitally sometime next week.
Written by richard on 10/25/13
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