P.SO ft. Andrew Reid - Find Out

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Clubhouse
Album:
The Gateway to Greatness

Looks like the Earthtone King may have found his queen. Fresh off the release of braggadocious lead single So Enormous, P.SO returns to our pages with Find Out, a new single which finds him lyrically serenading the woman of his dreams. Over an upbeat, rock-infused instrumental by The Clubhouse, the indie duo who produced Theophilus London‘s Life of a Lover, the B.K. rhymesayer describes a girl who’s like “Serena mixed with Latifah, mixed with Alicia,” with a dash of Aretha for good measure. To top it all off, Clubhouse member Andrew Reid steps out from behind to boards to deliver a simple, yet catchy chorus. The Gateway to Greatness has yet to receive a drop date but, as always, Booth readers can keep their browsers locked for all the latest.

Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down to view P.SO’s aaronisnotcool-directed Find Out visual.

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