E Major ft. King Mez & J Hill - Where You Came From?

Posted 6 years ago
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E Major is… Better Than Yours EP

Hailing from Baltimore, E Major is probably a new name to Booth listeners. However, with a laid back flow and very positive vibe, this cat is making sure that this isn’t his first and only time on the site. Off of his upcoming Better Than Yours EP, new single Where You Came From is a jazzy self-produced song with cuts by the infamous DJ Face. Backed by a hook that is smooth and sincere as genuine leather (courtesy of J. Hill), E Major and Booth vet King Mez trade verses in this unique summer love song. Mez spews out some high light bars with lines like, “With only one look/ she had my breath short / and I was wondering if I could be her escort,” but the star of this show is E Major who, while still some improvement in his flow (he is at times choppy) comes through with stellar rhymes like “She said she I ain’t a piece of meat/ I said I ain’t a carnivore.” Regardless, I’m sure the ladies, and the Booth at large, will eat this one up and ask for seconds.

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