The Kid Daytona ft. Bun B - Air Born

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Daytona
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Producer:
6th Sense
Album:
Come Fly With Me LP

On The Kid Daytona‘s recently-released Daytona 500 mixtape, hip-hop lovers got to watch the artist assemble the flying machine he would ultimately use to take them on the musical journey of a lifetime.  And, fortunately for passengers who like to get high while they get high, smoking in the cabin is not only allowed but highly encouraged.  LP cut Air Born, recently leaked via Daytona’s Twitter, finds the Bronx up-and-comer teaming up with guest emcee extraordinaire Bun B to take listeners on a red-eye flight into deepest space, coasting over Booth-approved beatsmith 6th Sense‘s woozy blend of low-frequency steel drums, flanged guitar riffs, and jazz-organ accents.  Though this track has a much more sedate vibe than either the emcee’s borderline-manic Booth debut or the exclusive freestyle that followed, both Daytona and his big-name copilot pack their verses with enough blunted wordplay and pop-culture references to entertain even the soberest of listeners.  If this spaced-out cut’s piqued your interest, start packing your bags—Come Fly With Me is set to depart later this month.

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