Medi ft. Convinced, Skeem Price & Johaz - No Geek Sh!t

Posted 3 years ago
Tags: Medi , Indie , Lyrical , Premiere
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Looking for a beatsmith who’ll trade comic books with you, or engage in heated debate over the relative merits of Battlestar Galactica and Babylon 5? Look elsewhere—on the latest single off his Booth-hosted collaborative set with G Rocka, Medi declares a strict “No Geek Sh!t” policy. Over the headliner’s street-ready keyboard loops, guest rhymesayers Convinced, Skeem Price and Johaz (of Dag Savage) describe the un-geeky activities that dominate their schedules: cruising the Interstate in immaculate whips, getting it in with beautiful women, stacking paper to the stratosphere, and the like. Fans will be able to find this record, previously-featured single The Source and much more on #NastyPercents, set to hit the Booth for free streaming and download before month’s end.

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