Fresh off getting the Booth jumping with the in-your-face L.N.S., THURZ dials back the intensity for the follow-up. Propelled by the loping percussion, delicate piano and dreamy synth warbles of DJ Dahi and J. LBS, this introspective jam finds the L.A.-repping hip-hop innovator detailing his weakness for the fairer sex in poetic confessional verses. Johnny Polygon guests, sardonically asking listeners, “Are You Not entertained?” on the hook. THURZ’ 517 W Queen Tape still lacks a solid drop date, but we in the Booth will keep you supplied with the latest tunes off the project, as well as release details as they surface. In the meantime, those who haven’t already should check out the artist’s recent, Booth-exclusive video interview.
Written by richard on 08/28/12
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