Ripynt ft. Randy Ross - Never Give It Up

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Randy Ross
Album:
Momentum

I know what you’re thinking, and no, Never Give It Up has nothing to do with Tim Tebow’s v-card. The latest song release from relative Booth newcomer Ripynt is actually about the emcee’s addiction to rap, among other yummy substances. Never Give It Up, the lead single off Rip’s forthcoming album, features Randy Ross, both on the hook and behind the boards. Ross creates the high-powered, electronic based beat and lends his catchy vocals to the motivational hook. As for the Washington State native, Ripynt contributes several adrenaline-fueled, rapid fire verses littered with brash wordplay and an in your face attitude. Can’t give up the emcee’s unique, gristly style? Then be sure to check out his forthcoming album, Momentum, scheduled for release next summer.

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