Hollywood FLOSS ft. STS & Rob Jay - Break It Down

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Chris Rockaway
Album:
Grumpy Young Men EP

Just what is it that sets Hollywood FLOSS apart from his peers in the game? Allow him to Break It Down for you. On a new EP single, his first feature since hooking up with the Booth to drop The Legend Continues back in October, the Houston representative offers clear and indisputable evidence of his eminence, delivering his braggadocious bars over a ramshackle Chris Rockaway instrumental featuring beatboxing, grainy synth-bass and… is that a Street Fighter “Hadouken!” sample? Fellow Booth regular STS and H-Town neighbor Rob Jay do a little stunting of their own on the guest tip. Hollywood FLOSS’ Grumpy Young Men EP has yet to receive a drop date but, as always, fans can keep their browsers locked to The DJBooth for the latest news and song releases.

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