Beyond Belief - Don’t Touch

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Kwame
Album:
TBD

Up-and-coming rapper Beyond Belief can’t be brought up without also mentioning Vanilla Ice or Eminem—it’s just not possible.  The rap game is saturated with black artists, but a handful of non-black rappers have made their mark on the music industry.  Beyond Belief is about to join this exclusive group with his debut single, Don’t Touch.  Produced by Kwame, the hard-hitting beat makes this the ultimate party song (especially since it’s about a party).  With a mid-song change in the beat meant to evoke the feeling of drunkenness, the rapper warns party-goers that they can do all sorts of activities except touching (a.k.a breaking) personal items in the house.  There is currently no release date for his upcoming untitled project.

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