Phresh James ft. FDotLawless (of The Foodchain) - Snappin’ N Style

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Rem
Album:
TheGreaterGoodEP

From Chasing Karats to Snappin’ N Style, it’s no secret that South Florida spitter Phresh James boasts an impressive array of unexpected talents.  On his latest Booth feature, James and his lyrical comrade, fellow rhymedropper FDotLawless of The Foodchain, swap verses filled with witty wordplay and clever candor as they allow their bars to float over producer REM‘s intricate boardwork, which includes various motivational audio clips from the likes of Will Smith and RZA. While Snappin’ N Style serves as a small audio glimpse at what can be expected on the Floridian rhymesayer’s forthcoming TheGreaterGood EP, you can also put on your ThinkingHat because that is just What It Is.

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