Not everything that glitters is gold, and not every female rocking a mink coat is a goddess. An underground rhymesayer hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Quake Matthews tells the story of a young woman whose lust for life’s finer things cost her soul on debut single and inaugural Booth feature Lucy. A smoky horn sample from Lamont Dozier’s Trying to Hold on to My Woman (as flipped by beatsmith Chris Noxx) backs the emcee as he recounts said shawty’s fall from grace. Assisting on the guest tip, Geeter contributes some flowed bars to the record’s intro. Lucy is slated for inclusion on Quake’s forthcoming freshman set, Corrado. Fans can keep it locked for all the latest on the project, which as yet lacks a solid drop date.
Written by richard on 02/17/13
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