Introduced to the Booth via September 2011’s reader-acclaimed Robocop, The BenchWarmers Clique return to our pages with another freshly-released cut off their forthcoming, NES-inspired street album. Droppin’ Bombs finds beatsmith Jewbei mixing 8-bit synths with hip-hop rhythms as Joka Wild, Travisty and Booth-approved guest emcee REKS take aim at their competition in the music game. For this explosive jam and much more, check out the twosome’s Adventures in 8bit: Cartridge One project, released to the ‘net on the 27th.
Written by richard on 02/1/12
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