Rasco ft. Planet Asia - Gat in Your Mouth

Posted 3 years ago
Tags: Rasco , Indie , Lyrical
Featuring:
Producer:
Chris Keys
Album:
United Fakes Of America

Fresh off yesterday’s release of his 12th solo LP, West Coast stalwart Rasco makes his grand entrance into The DJBooth with a fresh single off the project. On Gat in the Mouth, the San Francisco emcee gives his “snot-nosed” progeny a forceful reminder of just how much they owe to him and his fellow “Golden Era vets.” Making his first Booth appearance since dropping off September single Pirate Aura, Fresno-repping neighbor Planet Asia contributes aggressive guest rhymes over Chris Keys’ boom-bap percussion and throwback samples. Has this bruising, lyrically-driven banger left you hungry for seconds? More is just a few mouse-clicks away on Rasco’s United Fakes of America LP, released to iTunes yesterday, November 13.

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