Move over, mad cow disease. Back away, bird flu and SARS. You step aside too, swine flu. The Plague Co. have come straight from Ohio, infecting underground hip-hop fans nationwide, and there’s no cure in sight. Its primary hosts are Donny Arcade, Okelis, and Buddy Boie, who have managed to infect major cosign L.T. Moe (producer of Chingy‘s Fly Like Me, Murphy Lee‘s My Shoes, and Dem Franchize Boyz’ Turn Heads). Now, DJBooth.net has become their latest victim, and we’re passing The Plague along to readers with an exclusive online premiere. On Do It, the trio showcase a few of the ailment’s primary symptoms: increased wordplay, various creative similes, and boardwork sure to get listeners up and moving. Our diagnosis: this record is highly contagious, and there is no known remedy—listen at your own risk!
Written by Burmy on 06/9/09
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