Yesterday, site regular Torae stepped into The DJBooth to offer his latest street release for streaming and digital purchase. Today, on newly-released EP inclusion The Biz, not only is the BK representative raking in the dough, but he’s also enjoying great health and a dynamite sex life. Now, I’m not saying that one of those things was the direct result of the other; what I’m saying is that selling your projects in the Booth will add zeroes to your bank account and make you a better lover. In any case, the positive vibes on this slow-rolling street banger are palpable. In addition to providing a head-noddable, sax-sampled backdrop for the headliner’s luxuriant bars, First in Flight State producer/emcee Khrysis grabs the mic to contribute some similarly self-assured guest rhymes. Feeling it? More freshness awaits on Torae’s new EP, available here for your listening pleasure. In addition, fans of the emcee should be sure to check out the first installment of the DJBooth-exclusive Re-Produced EP series, based around Torae’s Do the Math.
Written by richard on 08/28/12
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