Nique - NO!

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
Mr. Music
Album:
None

Considering it was nearly six months ago that Vegas-based reader fave NIQUE stepped into the Booth with his last solo feature, Too Many Girls, fans may be starting to wonder whether that excessive female attention has distracted him from his grind. Thankfully, the answer to that question is a resounding NO!. On the contrary, he’s been holed up in the studio, cooking up more dopeness for release at a future date. This unreleased joint suggests that the freestyle series alum‘s hard work has been paying big dividends; over the stop-start percussion and skittering synths of Chitown beatsmith Mr. Music, the rap buzzmaker attacks the mic as ferociously as we’ve heard him to date, simultaneously stating his supremacy and demonstrating it by way of some absolutely killer flows: “I’m the best motherf*cker in the city, what else I gotta do for you to prove that sh*t?” Has this unreleased banger whet your appetite for more freshness from the Sin City phenom? If your answer is YES!, you’ll want to keep it locked for release details on NIQUE’s forthcoming street album, as well as a planned collaborative EP with DJ Finyl.

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