Celeb Forever - Hate 2 See [Premiere]

Posted 6 years ago
Producer:
Sarom and Mev The Producer
Album:
Black Hearts & Gold Bottles

There are many rappers in today’s game, both up-and-coming and established, who hold mixed feelings on the topic of fame. Booth newcomer Celeb Forever is not one of them – the Cleveland/New York dual representative craves the spotlight and, as he explains on the first of four Booth-exclusive world premieres off his forthcoming mixtape, he’s not gonna stop clamoring for attention till he becomes “that n**ga that you Hate 2 See.” Backed by the regal choral-synth boardwork of Sarom and Mev The Producer, the artist delivers bars laced with concise, clever stunting: `”My wrist small drink – that’s all ice.” In addition to his flowed verses, the artist handles chorus duties, picking up the Auto-tune to deliver sung vocals strongly reminiscent of a certain rap megastar who name starts with “D” and ends with “rake.” Drizzy impression or no, though, this braggadocio-soaked banger is one that should win Celeb more love than hate in the Booth. If you’re digging it, keep it locked for three more premieres leading up to the Sept. 9, arrival of the Booth-sponsored Black Hearts & Gold Bottles.

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