The Usual Suspects ft. Haz Solo - I’m Good Tho

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Knxwledge
Album:
A Tribute to Unstable Creatures (Vol. 5)

In 1995 crime drama The Usual Suspects, seven criminals acquainted while appearing in a police lineup get embroiled in an increasingly perilous series of heists, leading up to a twist ending that—depending on whom you ask—is either brilliant, f**king ridiculous, or a little of both. Where rap crew The Usual Suspects is concerned, on the other hand, what you see is exactly what you get: a septet of talented up-and-coming emcees rocking the mic over dope underground beats. On collective Booth debut and new street single I’m Good Tho, member Haz Solo detaches from partners-in-rhyme Chuuwee, J.Good, Abstract Ninjaa, Keno, Konkwest and Dceased to blaze a tuneful Knxwledge instrumental solo on his lonesome. For more from Haz and his Booth-acclaimed colleagues, check out A Tribute to Unstable Creatures (Vol. 5), available for free download as of March 5.

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