D.Prince ft. Lunchbox Riot - Incredible Cool

Posted about 3 years ago
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The word “cool” has been used in a variety of ways over the course of hip-hop history. Lupe prefixed it with the definite article “the,” and TLC suggested it was “crazy” and “sexy.” D.Prince employs a different adjective on Incredible Cool, a refreshing world premiere that is well, incredibly cool. Manning the boards is 5 Alive, whose unique beat features a swingin’ bassline, mixed in with some ‘Yeah!’s and ‘Come on!’s that give the record a ‘70s funk vibe. Prince shares some fun-loving, lavish bars that roll right of his tongue thanks to his crisp, commanding flow. Capping off the record, LunchBox Riot contributes a bubbly, infectious hook. Incredible Cool is the latest single off Prince’s upcoming CFRN (Classy Fly Rap N**ga) project, due out next month via The DJBooth.

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