Down With Webster ft. STS & Kyle Lucas - I Want it All (Remix)

Posted 4 years ago
Time to Win, Vol. 2

You can’t fault Down With Webster for a lack of ambition; not satisfied simply with toppling the current music-industry with Royalty, the Canadian rap-rock ensemble broaden their aspirations to encompass, well, everything on the newly-released I Want It All (Remix). Of course, they don’t expect to be handed world domination on a silver platter—on the contrary, as vocalists Cam and Bucky make clear over Boi-1da‘s crunchy, hard rock-infused production, they’re ready, willing and able to work for every crumb. Newly-added for this version of the record, A-Town/Philly dual representative STS (a freestyle series alum) and Marietta, Georgia’s Kyle Lucas (ditto) lace the beat with, respectively, gymnastically-flowed braggadocio and defiant declarations of vengeance on the rest of the game. Without a doubt, Down With Webster have the drive to succeed. But do they have the chops to achieve the lofty goal of total domination? Those leaning toward the affirmative can find the original version of this record and much more on the crew’s Time to Win, Vol. 2 studio album, released to iTunes last October.

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