Perrion - Rocket Science

Posted 2 years ago
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Making dope hip-hop ain't Rocket Science—well, except when Perrion does it.

On his fifth street album, the NYC mic-murderer showcases his erudition and technical know-how over the course of 12 original tracks. None of the songs included on the set, which boasts guest appearances from Dave East, Makarel, Microphone Preview, S'natra, T Shyne and The Wavv, have previously been featured in The DJBooth. The project's production comes courtesy of 614KG, Chris Prythm, Eff Dope, Laronisaloser, Mike Romani, Noah B. and more talented beatsmiths.

Rocket Science dropped digitally Tuesday, July 22, and is available for streaming and download in the Booth.

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