Marky - Sheila (I Want Her)

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
AB The Producer
Album:
Hate Is The New LoVe

Hip-Hop hot spots usually stand out because of a unique sound (New York has street-heavy lyrics, Houston is chopped & screwed, and Miami has lots and lots of bass).  Unfortunately, Washington, D.C. hip-hop does not yet have a truly unifying sound.  Fear not, residents of the nation’s capital, because 19-year old newcomer Marky is here!  Helping to spearhead this movement, which is fashioned after D.C.‘s go-go scene and bolstered by a deal with veteran exec Steve Rifkind’s SRC Records, is Marky’s first single, Sheila (I Want Her).  Produced by in-house beatmaker AB The Producer, the record possesses one of the earmarks of a national hit: it appeals to folks who don’t even listen to much hip-hop.  Marky’s debut album, Hate Is the New LoVe, is currently set to drop sometime in ‘09.

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