Phreshy Duzit ft. Emilio Rojas - Hoes Down

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
NYLZ
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Phreshy Duzit isn’t big on line dancing, but he does enjoy a good hoedown—excuse me, Hoes Down—from time to time. His first DJBooth feature since August 2012’s reader-approved Make My Money, this freshly-minted promo single finds the Brooklyn rhymesayer and Rochester-repping Booth fave Emilio Rojas on the hunt for willing shawtys to invite back to their place for an impromptu hootenanny. (Full disclosure: I have no damn idea what a hootenanny is.) NYLZ provides a syrupy-slow, sampled beat to back their lyrical snapshots of the fast life. While this joint isn’t attached to the project, those who like what they’re hearing can look forward to more quality tunes on Phreshy Duzit’s Detrooklyn LP, due out later this year.

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