H*wood - Could It Be You (Punk Rock Chick)

Posted 6 years ago
Producer:
Mark Jackson and Irok of MJP
Album:
Promo Single

The only thing between me and a great summer is the week ahead, so obviously my mind’s focused on relaxing under the warm summer sun and not the here and now. H*wood is not helping me fight off procrastination as he opens up his first Booth feature with a seasonal banger that makes me want to do nothing but imbibe and breakdance (only one of those I can do well). On Could It Be You (Punk Rock Chick), the Colorado emcee (who was discovered online by producer Darkchild) puts some enjoyable bars down over a synth-heavy and bass-hitting production from Mark Jackson and Irok (of MJP). Only time will tell if this club ready track will become a full-fledged summer anthem, but in the early stages of the game it’s a front runner in my opinion. If you liked this early heat from Wood, be sure to check out his upcoming, currently-untitled new project.

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