Jack Kafer ft. Cas & Kyle Lucas - Multiple Drugs

Posted 2 years ago
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Producer:
Fanobee
Album:
Twenty-Five

Pringles, narcotics, talented emcees… some things are just better in the plural. If you can appreciate a little artful excess, you’re sure to appreciate Multiple Drugs, the latest single and debut Booth feature from Jack Kafer. Over Fanobee‘s hazy production, an artful flip of Blue Foundation’s Eyes on Fire, the unsigned Cleveland repper chronicles the bender of a lifetime—or at least a weekend. Getting f**ked up just ain’t the same without a few good friends to keep you company, and on this cut Kafer’s flanked by two of the best wingmen a rapper could ask for; Booth newcomer Cas handles verse two, and Marietta-repping reader fave Kyle Lucas brings the record to a strong finish. Feeling it? More awaits on the artist’s Twenty-Five LP, scheduled to drop digitally in September.

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