Outasight - Losing My Mind

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
6th Sense
Album:
None

If any of you have channel surfed through the weather channel as of late (or you’re experiencing it first hand), you know that the south just got bombarded with snow these past few days. Many of you will say, “Yo Sig, where I live we get seven inches of snow on the reg, what’s the big deal?” Well friend, I’m not made for this cold weather, so I can be comfortable saying that I’m on par with Outasight; I’m Losing My Mind. Here the Freestyle Series alum is serving up some heat to ease my hypothermia, spitting fire over some laid back, nod-inducing 6th Sense production. The slow, jazzy beat provides Sight the tools to deliver an impressive flow on his past (“15 years old with a Northface and a blowout”), present (“25 and signed, now the lights don’t go out”) and future (“Back to the future like we riding in Deloreans”) in the hip-hop industry. While not currently attached to any larger project, if you liked getting a bit crazy with this performance, you can count on the Booth to let you know when new music from Outasight and Sense comes online.

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