Ro Spit ft. Big Sean, Bun B & Curt@!n$ - #1

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: Ro Spit
Featuring:
Producer:
Frank The Butcher
Album:
The Oh S#!t Project

Detroit emcee Ro Spit, a.k.a. Octane, a.k.a. DJ Phrikshun is a man of many names, but you can simply call him #1. On his latest single and first DJBooth.net feature, the Motown up-and-comer makes no bones about his musical supremacy, dropping swagger

charisma-drenched gems like his undeniably dope closing couplet, “I’ll do whatever for the cheese, I’m forever grinnin’/This verse amazing and it couldn’t've had a better ending.” After the headliner’s opening verse, NYC’s Curt@!n$, fellow Motowner Big Sean and Underground King Bun B step up to the mic to deliver equally impressive, braggadocio-packed bars over Frank the Butcher‘s hypnotically head-nodding sampled-bass groove. Will this star-studded cut live up to its name on our Independent Chart? Only time will tell, but it seems to have all the makings of a Booth smash. In any case, those who like what they’re hearing can find plenty more hot rhymes and banging beats on The Oh S#!t Project , set to hit the ‘net this Wednesday, November 11.

Ro Spit CurT@!n$ Big Sean Bun B

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