Keswick ft. Skyzoo & YC the Cynic - For The Win

Posted 3 years ago
Tags: Keswick , Indie , Lyrical
Featuring:
Producer:
Keswick
Album:
Imaginate

Even though it is only his first Booth feature, producer/engineer Keswick is already going For The Win. Assisting in the producer’s quest for victory are Booth favorites and fellow Big Apple spittas Skyzoo and YC The Cynic.  Both emcees deliver exemplary verses, adding a little bit of ruggedness which serves as a nice contrast to a squeaky clean production effort. While the two emcees are the only voices you hear, Keswick certainly says more than enough with his silky smooth, nuanced production. The strength of the record comes from Keswick’s ability to change up the beat, in a way that seamlessly is without disruption of the pace and momentum of the collaborative effort.  Be on the lookout for Keswick’s Imaginate album, which drops Monday and has guest spots from the likes of Guilty Simpson, Sadat X, and Sene.

Keswick Skyzoo KEMBA (YC the Cynic) IndieLyrical

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