Do you like Philadelphia, fresh flows and other things that begin with “f” (phonetically speaking)? Then this, my friend, is your jam. On F&F, first-time featuree Frankie Vado and Booth fave Freeway join forces to showcase their dedication to the City of Brotherly Love, as well as their fondness for the sixth letter of the alphabet. The former’s fast, furious style is a fitting complement to the Philly Freezer’s famously forceful delivery, and Phoe Notes’ fiery guitar/synth beat forms a felicitous framework for their creative fusion. (F**k it, I’m finished with the alliteration). This promo single isn’t part of any larger project, but there’s no telling whether some rave reader reviews might not convince the collaborators to step back into the studio together. Either way, fans can keep it locked for the latest.
Written by richard on 02/6/13
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