XV ft. CA$HE - Carmen Sandiego

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: XV
Featuring:
Producer:
Chad Hugo
Album:
40 Days, 40 Nights Series

Smallville, Kansas wunderkind XV returns to the Booth with a creative track from his 40 Days, 40 Nights series, entitled Carmen Sandiego.  So, where in the world did this Chad Hugo-produced cut come from?  The answer: all over the place. Going straight “Where’s Waldo?” with cohort Harlems Cash, the Midwest maniac spits a series of pop culture references that would make Andy Warhol smirk.  With a jet-pack rap style and a unique imagination, the record is a futuristic endeavor that will catch the ears of so-called ‘hipsters’ from sea to shining sea.  In the end it’s very simple for this Planet Squaria superstar; originality + quality board work = crazy results.

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