Fresh off breaking down the causes of Failure among minority youth on their last Booth feature, The Regiment return to tackle the considerably more uplifting topic of romance on a new single. Here, a head-nodding beat by the aptly-named Soulution sets the mood as OSI and IseQold pay tribute to a girl who’s their Everything. Vincent J. Kelley reprises his role as hookman, tying it all together with a silky chorus. Digging it? Then be sure to cop The Regiment’s new album, The Panic Button, when it drops September 20, via HiPNOTT Records.
Written by richard on 08/17/11
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