Martin $ky - It Don’t Stop

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Flying Lotus x Madlib
Album:
Time(less)

Last week, Windy City up-and-comer Martin $ky introduced himself to the Booth with Invitation, a cut whose blunted, yet lyrical vibe left our readership intrigued. (The bizarre official visuals didn’t hurt, either.) Not about to leave his newfound fans hanging, the artist has returned to our pages with follow-up single It Don’t Stop, a DJBooth-exclusive world premiere. A soulful industry instrumental by Flying Lotus and Madlib (two of the artist’s personal favorite beatsmiths) backs the rapper/producer’s deadpan reflections on his nonstop hustle, the sorry state of his competition and the life-enhancing properties of THC (“They’re like, ‘Don’t smoke that, it make your brain cells weak.’ / But it opened up my third eye and kept me in peace.”). Craving more? Then keep your browsers locked for further song releases leading up to the April 12, arrival of Martin $ky’s next mixtape, Time(less).

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