Planet Asia - Nothin Wrong

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
Nascent & QB
Album:
TBD

Aside from a recent guest appearance on Mean Doe Green‘s Blue Ribbon Rap, underground mainstay Planet Asia‘s been absent from the Booth for a lo-o-o-ng time. Seriously – last we heard from him, Bush was still President and I had yet to pen my first DJBooth.net track review. What’s he been up to in the meantime? Depends on who’s asking.; if it’s the authorities, the answer is “Nothin’ Wrong.” The rest of us can find a more detailed – and considerably seamier – account of the emcee’s paper chase on this unreleased joint (a DJBooth-exclusive world premiere!). Over the smooth funk-soul sample work of production duo Nascent and QB, the artist informs us “I was never the one to bite my tongue,” and proceeds to prove that assertion accurate, describing his grind for the cheddar (and what he’s gonna do once he gets it) in vividly poetic lyrical detail. Details on the project that will feature this high-rolling banger have yet to be determined, but you can count on the Booth to keep you posted on all the latest developments in Planet Asia’s hustle.

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