Beyond Belief - Whatcha Want Now [Premiere]

Posted 6 years ago
Producer:
T-Mos
Album:
Beyond Your Reach

Warning: For those listeners who aren’t down with listening to consistently dope artists, this may not be for you. As for the rest of you, welcome to the latest installment of Beyond Belief’s successful world premieres on the Booth. This time around the freestyle series alum is setting it off with Whatcha Want Now, a new mixtape leak featuring Belief doing what he does best, verbally letting loose like a man possessed. With T-Mos laying down a minimalist, percussion-laden beat, Belief tells listeners what exactly he (“no rappers biting my style”) or more importantly, we (“more Bobby on the radio”) need in the music industry right now. The question isn’t if users will rate this track high, the question is if they will rate is as high as Beyond Belief’s previous works. If you liked this first offering off his forthcoming mixtape, be sure to watch for the drop (via yours truly, the DJBooth) of Beyond Your Reach, coming out later on this August.

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