Ninjasonik - Luvin

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Switch
Album:
Peter Pan Syndrome

With all respect to Folgers, a steaming cup of coffee can’t hold a candle to “a little Luvin,” when it comes to starting the day off right. Previously glimpsed as guest contributors on Cody B. Ware‘s Gangsta Party, NYC “punk-rap” duo Ninjasonik make their solo DJBooth debut with an energizing ode to early-AM action, released in honor of Valentine’s Day. Heavyweight beatsmith Switch works his magic behind the mixing boards, deftly slicing and dicing Dusty Springfield’s classic Just a Little Loving into a body-moving backdrop for Reverend McFly and Telli Gramz’ sung and flowed vocals. Craving more catchy, genre-bending cuts? You’ll find what you seek on forthcoming album Peter Pan Syndrome, scheduled for release sometime in May.

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