Kicking rhymes, playing b-ball, doing skateboard tricks—for Kooley High, it’s just part of a typical day. Don’t let the title fool you, though; Regular S**t is far from average. Released along with visuals by David Hambridge, this laid-back album inclusion finds Rapsody, Charlie Smarts and company delivering self-confident bars over a head-noddable beat by DJ Pr!nce. For more, check out the crew’s David Thompson LP, available now for purchase via iTunes.
Written by richard on 06/6/12
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"Kooley Is High" (2009)
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