BK Cyph - iQuit

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: BK Cyph
Producer:
Numonics
Album:
Being Cool Doesn't Pay the Bills

Want to quit that low-paying, back-breaking job, in a way that will utterly destroy your chances of getting a positive reference when you’re looking for work in the future? Uh, that may not be the greatest idea… especially in today’s economic climate. But hey, if you’re determined to be an idiot, there’s no more efficient way to communicate your choice to your soon-to-be-former boss than by flipping on iQuit, the latest releases off NumonicsBeing Cool Doesn’t Pay the Bills mixtape. Here, the West Coast beatsmith serves up a head-noddably catchy soul-sampled instrumental as Brooklyn’s BK Cyph (previously heard on Streets Buchanon‘s Different Over Here) explains what he’s about to do (walk out the door), and what his supervisor can stuff in his mouth if he doesn’t like it (I’ll give you three guesses, and the first two don’ t count). Even those not planning to throw away their livelihood anytime soon should be able to relate to this tuneful track. If you like what you’re hearing, you can find more hot beats and guest features on Numonics’ Booth-sponsored street album, available for streaming and free download here.

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