Steve Liriks ft. Tab-One, TiRon, & Ayomari - Peace, Prosperity, & Health

Posted 5 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Jobe
Album:
Pardon Me, I'm Going Thru A Phase

Here at the Booth we’re always happy to shine the light on artists that listeners might not have known about beforehand, but would be more than glad to discover. Steve Liriks is one of those talents in the game today, as he’s shown the interweb his creativity via the Booth-Sponsored mixtape Pardon Me, I’m Going Thru A Phase. While we’ve already dropped the leak for the reader-acclaimed Wrongs & Rights, another stand out cut from the project entitled Peace, Prosperity, and Health graces our homepage and your ears today. Backed by features from promising up-in-comers TiRon and Ayomari, as well as Tab-One of DJBooth-favorite crew Kooley High, Liriks drops lines with an effortless flow that compliments the light, bright melody provided by the beatmaker Jobe (which is also on the soundtrack to the new Hip-Hop Willy Wonka). If you’re a fan of PP&H, it would do you some good to check out the rest of Pardon Me‘s offerings, available from yours truly for stream and direct download.

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