Whoadie - Lay Your Head

Posted 2 years ago
David "Dloc" Brown
Original Thought

Fellas, take heart: with the right mix of wit, confidence and charm, it’s possible to get with a woman who’s way out of your league. But don’t take it from me; take it from unsigned Baltimore repper Whoadie, whose Booth debut, Lay Your Head, finds him spitting self-assured game to a chick who belongs on magazine covers. Of course, it helps to have a wingman like producer David “Dloc” Brown, whose lush instrumental makes the artist’s sung and flowed come-ons seem all the more tempting. For this catchy cut and much more, cop Whoadie’s Original Thought tape when it drops digitally on Tuesday, June 17.

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