Tyrone Briggs - Cold

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Introduced to our readership via September’s highly-acclaimed Spartacus, Staten Island rhymesayer Tyrone Briggs makes his triumphant return to The DJBooth with another fresh song release off his forthcoming EP. On street single Cold, a Booth-exclusive world premiere, beatsmith Sean Nathaniel serves up an appropriately icy arpeggiated-synth instrumental as Briggs delivers bars jam-packed with witty trash talk and braggadocio. (Standout line: “I’m so ahead of my time I could probably reminisce’ bout my future.”) Has this frosty cut left you shivering? Then you’d best grab a sweater, ‘cause it’s only gonna get colder when #ScatteredThought drops digitally on Tuesday, October 29.

Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down (for mobile) to view Tyrone Briggs’ Beezy Black-directed Cold visual.

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