Hollyweerd - Supa Eazy

Posted 6 years ago
Operation ADD
Edible Phat 2.0

Making good music is by no means a walk in the park but, well aware that an apparent lack of effort is one of the cornerstones of coolness, ATL foursome Hollyweerd have set out to make hip-hop look Supa Eazy on the first leak off their forthcoming, Booth-sponsored street album. Making its world premiere right here on our front page, this track finds Operation ADD cooking up a slow-rolling, Southern-fried instrumental as emcees Dreamer (previously heard as a solo artist on Crazy Girlz), The Love Crusader, Tuki and Stago Lee show off their finely-honed flows, delivering bars jam-packed with unpredictably-flowed, intricately-rhymed braggadocio. Have these A-Town natives succeeded in making mic-rocking seem like a piece of cake? I’ll leave that for you to decide. In any case, those digging this cut can find plenty more where this came from on the group’s Edible Phat 2.0 mixtape, scheduled to hit our front page on May 3.

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