Miles Jones ft. D-Sisive & Ghettosocks - Scorpio

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
DJ Serious
Album:
The Jones Act Part III

Born between October 23 and November 21, Scorpios tend to be intense, ambitious and fiercely independent. Or, you know, they would if the alignment of the planets had anything whatsoever to do with human personalities, which it almost certainly doesn’t. Be that as it may, the woman that Miles Jones has his eye on happens to fit the archetype to a tee. On the latest song release off his forthcoming digital full-length, DJ Serious crafts a sampled beat to back the Canadian rhymesayer as he pays tribute to a sexy, self-assured shawty who turns him on like none other. Evidently sharing the headliner’s type. The Jones Act Part III is scheduled to drop next Tuesday, October 23, via iTunes, and will be available for streaming via the Booth. In the meantime, fans can click here to cop Miles’ last project, June’s DJBooth-hosted Act So Strange EP, free of charge.

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