Last night after 12:00 AM or so, I was in bed, getting some much-needed shut-eye. Yo Dot? He was out pounding the pavement, laying the groundwork for his future domination of the game. The Milwaukee emcee’s first feature since August’s The Separation, street single I’m On It offers a harrowing glimpse into his overtime hustle. In feverish verses, he describes the eerie tranquility of his home streets during the witching hour: “As I take a look around I don’t see no life in sight—not a pulse, not a heartbeat.” In addition to providing the record’s ominous instrumental backdrop, Hart Gunther steps out from behind the boards to deliver the record’s hook. Yo Dot’s A Winter’s Ration EP is slated to drop digitally on Monday, December 9. In the meantime, of course, fans can keep it locked for the latest singles.
Written by richard on 11/19/13
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