Angel Haze - No Bueno

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
S-X
Album:
Dirty Gold

Angel Haze does not suffer fools gladly. However, she’s willing to give haters and swagger-jackers the courtesy of informing them that their behavior is No Bueno before giving them the lyrical (and perhaps literal) beatdown they deserve. On a freshly-released single, her first via Universal Island Records, the Big Apple emcee offers a vivid forewarning of what’s in store for her enemies. Her aggressive bars come backed by the trunk-rattling percussion and reverberant synths of beatsmith S-X. No Bueno is slated to appear on Haze’s currently-unscheduled major label debut album, Dirty Gold. Watch for the single’s official visuals to hit the ‘net on Thursday, June 11. Fans can still stream and download Angel Haze’s 2012 Reservation tape for free in The DJBooth.

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