In his recent trilogy of world premieres, Verse detailed his complete plan for doing the nasty: first, somebody passes him the rubbers, then he puts his work out plan into action, going front, back, and side to side. One question, however remains unanswered: what happens before he gets down to business? Well, wonder no more—on the fourth Sex Tape Chronicles cut to make its world premiere in the Booth, the Virgin Islands native offers a “prequel” of sorts: after a few drinks, Verse puts a cutting-edge twist on the “drunk-dial” formula, leaving his lady an Intoxicated Text in hopes she’s also in the mood. Producer Reign gets his Legendary Traxster on with a hypnotically slow beat (kinda feels like I would after one too many Long Island ice teas). Though convincing a female to drive over to your place at four in the morning may be easier said than done, there’s no reason why Booth-heads shouldn’t be backing this track up like we have Verse’s last three features. Those who like what they hear can expect plenty more freaky tales on the Sex Tape Chronicles mixtape, set to (finally) drop this month.
Written by Burmy on 07/6/09
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