Theo Martins ft. Skyzoo - Keep Doing Your Thing

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Kris Fame
Album:
The Birth

Buzz-worthy emcee Theo admits that he’s not the man from The Cosby Show, but he does have clothes from that era. After referring to additional throwbacks on his DJ Booth Underground charting hit, Sweetest Language, Theo knows he’s got to do him. That’s why he advises everyone to Keep Doing Your Thing.  Over a Kris Fame beat, complete with eerie synths and sly shakers, Theo’s rhymes make clear that success is elusive and rappers need to keep at their craft in order to reach the pinnacle of the rap game. Longtime grinder-emcee Skyzoo joins in and also incites other artists to work as hard as they can to get to the cash. Listen for more deep rhymes from Theo’s disc, The Birth, which dropped last week, to make an appearance on the Booth.

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