Missed Big Remo‘s latest street album when it hit our our front page for streaming and digital purchase late last month? Well, we in the Booth have hand-selected the perfect track to seduce you into checking it out. On How Deep, Jamla boss 9th Wonder‘s steamy sample work bangs in the back as the emcee expresses his love (and lust) for his girl. Bluu Suede tops the record off with some smooth, breezy chorus vocals. Craving more? Then drop whatever you’re doing and click here to cop Remo’s Sleepwalkers LP. Also available in the Booth is AMP on the Beat Like, the latest instrumental tape from Jamla labelmate AMP.
Written by richard on 06/22/12
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