The Majors ft. Damon Reel - Worst Way

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: The Majors
Producer:
Eddie G and The Professor [of Mach 1 Music]
Album:
Novus Tempus

As neighbors growing up in Oxnard, California, Dunn and Lazo turned to hip-hop as an alternative to the street life.  This past April, a decade after they first linked up, the duo, known collectively as The Majors, finally dropped their official debut album.  Though Wassup Wit It was chosen as the twosome’s debut single, the track that’s really turning heads (and that finally caught the Booth’s attention) is the follow-up, on which Dunn and Lazo pay tribute to a woman they love in the Worst Way.  The highlight of this track comes courtesy of Damon Reel, who delivers grown-sounding hook and background vocals over Eddie G & The Professor‘s synth-heavy beat.  Already getting rotation as far east as Wichita and set to expand even farther, Worst Way has all the makings of a late-summer hit.  Those who like what they hear can find more pop-appealing jams on Novus Tempus (Latin for new time), available now in stores and online.

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