Arkansas Bo - Monsta

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
K-Dub
Album:
Skillzone

Below the Mason-Dixon and east of the Ouachita Mountains lies Little Rock. East of Little Rock lies…well, nothing until you get to Memphis. Arkansas Bo is trying to prove otherwise. Hailing from Scuttgart, Bo has been trying to put his home state on rap’s map for years now, both as a solo artist and a member of Suga City. Well DJBooth Nation, the Freestyle Series alum can expect to gain more ground today with the premiere of Monsta, the second leak of his upcoming album Skillzone, presented by DJBooth.net and KevinNottingham. Produced by K-Dub, Monsta is a southern track in every aspect. Snares? Check. Funky hook? Check. A rapper with a southern accent rocking the beat? Check. With quick and fierce lyrics and expert wordplay, Bo lays it down for three minutes and nineteen seconds, while also providing rock-edged vocals on the hook. So DJBooth…are you ready for Arkansas to be in the building? Whether you’re ready or not, Skillzone’s going to begin blowing out your eardrums on November 22, when it drops via our homepage. Get on board or get left behind.

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