Mic Phenom ft. XV & Toya - Yellow Brick Road

Posted 2 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Veli the Kid
Album:
The Reminder EP

Mic Phenom‘s first feature may find him journeying down the Yellow Brick Road, but don’t get it twisted; unlike Dorothy’s companions, the Washington rhymesayer doesn’t lack for brains, courage or heart. So, what’s he gonna ask for when he finally reaches the Wizard? Judging by the bars he delivers over Veli the Kid‘s tuneful, string-laced beat, financial security for his fam is at the top of his wish list, with fame a close second. Longtime reader fave XV reflects on his own aspirations in a characteristically agile middle verse, and Toya tops it all off with some silky-smooth hook vocals. Has Mic’s Booth debut left you craving more? Then watch our pages for further singles leading up to the October arrival of his next project, The Reminder EP.

Mic Phenom XV Lyrical

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