Starrs & Murph ft. William Millions & JyShoun - Here Now

Posted 5 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Dirk
Album:
BFS2: The Lost Package

Where are Rhode Island buzzmakers Starrs & Murph going to be premiering their latest mixtape leak? Here. When is it going down? Now. Am I going to write this entire track review in a question-and-answer format? No. Why not? Because it would get annoying. OK, I’m done. Continuing in the braggadocious vein of their last offering, the twosome take this joint as an opportunity to inform the masses that they’ve arrived, and they’re not about to let anything get in their way. With Dirk‘s bouncing, synth-laced beat as backdrop, Starrs and Murph stake their claim on the game in engaging, pun-laced verses. On the back end, Booth newcomer William Millions takes center stage to contribute a verse packed with similarly witty trash talk: “I got a flow that’s equal to a hundred pools / You claim to be the sh*t – you’re right, you’re number-two.” Tying it all together is Boston r&b singer Jy-Shoun, who delivers the smooth hook. Like what you’re hearing? Then you won’t want to miss Starrs & Murph’s Booth-sponsored, Peter Parker-hosted Boxes for Sale 2: The Lost Package street album, set to hit our mixtape page October 11.

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