Thad Reid - Can’t Live Without You (Functional Addict 2)

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Thad Reid
Producer:
Shuko
Album:
No Beat is Safe 2.7: The B-Sides

“Braggadocio” is one of hip-hop’s bywords; if they’re not bragging of their own skills on the mic, emcees aren’t doing much to up their publicity. No underground rapper has taken this more to heart than Alexandria, Virginia’s own Thad Reid, who has boldly stated with his new mixtape, No Beat Is Safe 2.7: The B-Sides, that “no beat is safe” from his skill. He validates this claims on a cut called Can’t Live Without You (Functional Addict 2). On the track, Reid waxes lyrical about his ladylove, who’s got him stuck on her affections. Though he tries to resist his feelings by resorting to player tactics, the honest emcee admits that he can’t live without her. Channeling old-school beats with vintage drum patterns is indie rap producer Shuko, who’s definitely on the right track with this new sound. Expect to hear much more of both Shuko and Thad Reid inside the Booth.

Thad Reid

Written by
Posted 7 years ago

More from Thad Reid

Featured Video

Hip Hop News

Epic Records Tried to Help Bobby Shmurda Escape New York, He Refused

Bobby Shmurda's life changed but he failed to change his surroundings. Read More
Posted 7 hours ago by Yoh

In Defense of Producers Leasing & Shopping Beats

Music's a cutthroat business, and no one's got the knife pressed to their throats more than producers. Read More
Posted 8 hours ago by Nathan S.

President Obama Challenges Vietnamese Rapper, She Kills

The leader of the free world offers to beatbox for an emcee during a trip to Vietnam. This is the only hip-hop video you need to see today. Read More
Posted 9 hours ago by Nathan S.

Pro Era’s Nyck Caution Rips a Bless The Booth Freestyle in “One Take”

The Pro Era wordsmith is the latest emcee to rip apart Audiomack Studios in our latest Bless The Booth. Read More
Posted 10 hours ago by Brendan V

How I Spent $50K Making My Album: Kelechi Breaks Down the Budget for “BeforeTheQuarter”

A promising indie rapper was given $50,000 to make an album, so we had him break down how all that money was spent. Read More
Posted 12 hours ago by Yoh
Sample Text - Sample Link
0:00
3:00
Shrink
Hide

TRENDING NOW



Flame

TOP 20 MUSIC CHARTS


Discover the best new songs, videos, and albums added to the Booth.