Inverse ft. Deacon (of CunninLynguists) - So True

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Inverse
Producer:
Decap
Album:
The So True EP

In recent months, DJBooth has featured a several California up-and-comers eager to emphasize their West Coast roots, from Orange County’s Kali, whose Biggie-sampling Cali Kali impressed many of our regulars, to LeMarvin, who flipped Tupac Shakur‘s classic California Love into a thugged-out R&B record called Around My Way.  The latest CA-repping cut to land in our inbox comes courtesy of Toby and Tundi of Inverse, who have taken it upon themselves to inform those not in the know that they’re So True.  With assistance from underground veteran and Cunninlynguists founding member Deacon, Inverse ask listeners to gather ‘round for a nostalgic tale set in the Cali streets, describing their growth from youngsters with big dreams to mature artists ready to take their game to the next level.  Originally due out on New Year’s Day, the duo’s So True EP has been pushed back to next Tuesday, the 13th.

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