Dave Coresh - Keep It Movin

Posted 7 years ago
Rob Bates
Formal Introduction Mixtape/Call Me Dave EP

In these tough economic times, more and more emcees are refusing to spit even a single bar unless they see cash up front. On his latest single, Booth newcomer Dave Coresh fills us in on his financial policy: If anyone comes up short for a collabo or wants to overcharge on a beat, he just shakes his head and tells them, “Keep It Movin!Rob Bates (who must have offered his boardwork for a fair price) backs Dave’s fresh delivery with an old-school Chipmunk-soul sample. Though readers can stream this track free of charge, positive Booth reviews can only help Dave in his quest to accumulate more paper. Those who like what they’re hearing can find Keep It Movin and more on Coresh’s Formal Introduction Mixtape (due out in October), as well as his upcoming Call Me Dave EP.

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