In a day and age when heavyweight rappers boast of not writing their verses down, Jermiside continues to tote his trusty Book of Rhymes wherever he goes. Single numero uno off his sophomore collaborative set with Irish beatsmith Danny Diggs, this cut finds the ATL rhymesayer showcasing his impeccable pen game over his partner’s resolute string loops and boom-bap percussion. Queens-repping reader fave K. Sparks and Winchester, Kentucky emcee Theory Hazit showcase similar dedication to their craft on the guest tip, and DJ Mayhem ties the record together with some old-school cuts and scratches. Jermiside and Danny Diggs’s Quiet as Kept is scheduled to drop October 22, in both CD and digital versions. You can pre-order the set now, and receive a free download of Book of Rhymes, by donating to the duo’s PledgeMusic Campaign. The money raised through the campaign will go towards pressing the album on 12” vinyl.
Written by richard on 09/17/13
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