IsaiahThe3rd - Settle Down

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
PBizzy
Album:
None (Promo Single)

When you’ve a got as much going for you as IsaiahThe3rd, it’s going to take one hell of a woman to get you to Settle Down. Coming on the heels of September’s Nas-inspired Thief’s Theme Part II, this freshly-minted promo single finds the buzzmaking Brooklynite sifting through his myriad female admirers in search of “a woman worth stealing for.” Beatsmith PBizzy looks to Kimbra for inspiration on the production tip, chopping the New Zealand singer/songwriter’s record of the same title into a catchy, appealingly chaotic backdrop for Isaiah’s bars. This record isn’t attached to any forthcoming project, but listeners can still cop Isaiah’s last street album, Seven Days of Rhapsody, for free in The DJBooth.

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