The Audible Doctor ft. Guilty Simpson - Leave Me Alone

Posted 2 years ago
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The Audible Doctor
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Can't Keep the People Waiting EP

Some musicians love to shoot the breeze with their fans. The Audible Doctor apparently ain’t one of ‘em. On a new single off his next EP, the Wisconsin-born beatsmith and emcee urges listeners to keep a healthy distance from him at all times: “When you see me in the spot and you wanna say ‘What up?,’ just stop—Leave Me Alone.” Don’t let the uninviting hook scare you away, though. Featuring the headliner’s gritty boom-bap production and tightly-wound rhymes, as well as the aggressive guest bars of Motown’s Guilty Simpson, this underground banger most definitely deserves to be heard. Fans will be able to find Leave Me Alone, previously-featured single The Beast and much more on Can’t Keep the People Waiting, which is currently unscheduled. As always, you can keep it locked to the Booth for the latest.

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