Mook N Fair - How She Movin

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: Mook N Fair , Club
Producer:
Mental Instruments
Album:
The Best Kept Secret

With their Booth debut, Who’s Your Daddy (and its Nipsey Hussle-featuring remix), Mook N Fair put a fresh spin on the time-tested topics of paper-stacking and game-spitting, assisted by J. Stone‘s Time of the Season-sampled beat. On the follow-up single, the Connecticut-based twosome bring their infectious brand of freshness to another popular lyrical theme, singing and rapping the praises of a female whose smooth moves have the dancefloor in flames. How She Movin may not have the benefit of an instantly-recognizable sample, but Mental Instruments rise to the occasion regardless, backing the duo’s lustful bars with a catchy, club-ready mix of piano, handclap percussion and synth-strings. Hungry for more hot rhymes and body-moving beats from these promising up-and-comers? You’re in luck – though their The Best Kept Secret street album doesn’t hit the net till December 1, Mook N Fair are set to drop a self-titled mixtape and EP next week. And if that‘s not enough, you can also expect a Booth-exclusive freestyle from the pair sometime this winter.

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