Butta Verses - That’s Me

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Lord Finesse
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Butta Verses isn’t new to our pages but, a whopping 4 years removed from Booth debut If I Die, the Bronx-bred underground rhymesayer is figuring that some readers might need a little refresher course. Thus, he’s decided to jog our collective memory with That’s Me, a world premiere off his next street album. Here, Lord Finesse‘s hypnotically minimal sample work thumps in the back as Butta gives us an intricately-flowed rundown of the essentials—from his ironclad commitment to lyrical technique, to his devotion to his daughter, to his sky-high self-regard. Has this braggadocious cut whet your appetite for more virtuosic bars? Then keep it locked for all the latest from the inveterate mic-murderer, including further details on the aforementioned, yet-untitled mixtape release.

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