Mic Handz ft. Sean Price - Stay Givin It Up

Posted 3 years ago
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Producer:
Nickel Plated
Album:
SAYYOUAINTKNOW: The Software

Were you feeling Mic Handz’ style back in June, when he introduced himself with the Rock-assisted All I Know? Then smart money says you’re also going to dig his latest effort. Not only is Stay Givin’ It Up a cut from the same gritty, boom-bap inspired cloth as the artist’s Booth debut, but it features guest rhymes by the other member of veteran NYC crew Heltah Skeltah. That’s right: Booth fave Sean Price jumps on Nickel Plated‘s sampled beat to complement Handz’ tightly-wound bars with a little block talk of his own. Craving more hot instrumentals and hard-hitting rhymes? You’ll find what you seek on Mic Handz’ next studio album, SAYYOUAINTKNOW: The Software, scheduled to drop this Thursday (2/7) via T.H.E.M. Recordings.

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