Dumbfoundead ft. MURS, Breezy Lovejoy & Nina Katsuya - Fck It

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Breezy Lovejoy
Album:
Take The Stares

Get your stomachs ready Booth readers, because we are only one week away from Thanksgiving, which just happens to be my favorite holiday. I love all the different foods and how all the various flavors and tastes blend together to form one awesome, coma inducing meal. Coincidentally that’s also why you will love Fck It, a standout selection hand picked by the Booth team, off of Dumbfoundead’s recently-release new album. An ode to the art of putting lost relationships behind you, the record plays host to several artists, each with a unique, original style, but when blended together they form one superb, mellow offering. Breezy Lovejoy, who is responsible for the nuanced boardwork, adds his signature raspy vocals which differ from DFD and MURS’ bars, yet still feel perfect for the understated vibe of the track. Singer Nina Katsuya‘s sultry vocals are perfect for the hook, adding a haunting undertone to the effort. For more quality, diverse tunes, be sure to scoop up Take The Stares, which is available now.

 

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