Itching to get lifted? Allow Booth newcomer Zulu Faz to be your pilot. On new single Cruise Control, making its world premiere right here on our frontpage, the Zimbabwean-born rapper/producer (he and his brother, Zimbabwe Kev, make up beat crew Kaotiq Simfoni) flexes his lyrical muscles over the appropriately dreamy boardwork of Javis Faux. If this test flight has left you craving more, you don’t have long to wait; Zulu Faz’ next album, The Hill Complex, is scheduled for free digital release this Monday, April 30, via AudioMack.
Written by richard on 04/26/12
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