Before any of you space camp alumni and at-home-astronomers get too excited, DJBooth newcomer Thaddeus David‘s latest record NASA has absolutely nothing to do with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Instead, the Seattle native and State of the Artist (SOTA) member uses the acronym for the song’s hook as he righteously proclaims, “NASA, never am I scared about anything.” Backed by Dj Semaj and 1STBORN‘s invitingly mellow production, the Seattle spitter goes on to drop his fearless rhymes on everything from heightening his music career to getting to the money. Although a member of the aforementioned hip-hop collective SOTA, the Northwest newcomer will be branching out next month with the release of his solo album Trapital Trill.
Written by Danielle H. on 09/25/12
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