Big Whiskey ft. Teknique, King Mez & Shane Eli - Black Out

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Jaemix
Album:
That Hard Chill

When you come to consciousness somewhere other than your bed, without any memory of what you did to get there, odds are the answer’s not going to be anything good. Booth newcomer Big Whiskey is the exception to the rule; on his latest single and first feature, the North Carolina rhymesayer boasts of his tendency to Black Out in the booth, and wake up to realize he’s just spit a killer verse. Jaemix mans the boards, layering atmospheric synths over a mellow, yet driving rhythm section as the artist showcases his talent for spitting straight from the subconscious. DJBooth faves King Mez and Shane Eli, along with newcomer Teknique, showcase their own talent for free-association on the guest tip. For Black Out and much more, check out That Hard Chill when it drops digitally on Saturday, the 24th.

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