BOOGNIGHTS - Cheers!

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: BOOGNIGHTS
Producer:
Ryan Teddar
Album:
Reupspot Presents: New Slang

It may be about four days too late to really be yelling “Cheers!”, but if you’re like me, New Year’s Eve is far from the only day on which you raise a glass (drinking is bad kids). Determined to make the celebratory feel of NYE last all year long is BOOGNIGHTS - who we last heard spitting an ill DJBooth freestyle - and to make that dream a reality he’s released the aptly named Cheers! An acoustically oriented track that uses soft rock group One Republic’s Good Life as its base, Cheers! is exactly the positively oriented track we need to kick off a happy and successful 2010, thanks in no small part to BOOG’s smooth as silk rhyme style. I’ve got no doubt that some folks will find the song a little too soft for their tastes, but that will just leave more glasses for the rest of us to toast with. For more celebratory tracks like this be sure to check out the new mixtape Reupspot Presents: New Slang, available online now.

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