XV ft. Theophilus London - High Five

Posted about 8 years ago
Tags: XV , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Seven
Album:
40 Days, 40 Nights Series

In the Old Testament, the corrupt world was flooded by heavy rains for 40 days and 40 nights, while an upright Noah, his family, and two of every animal were packed away safely in an ark.  In a similar situation, minus the animals and the beard, Kansas MC XV will flood the online hip-hop market with a new song every morning and every evening for… you guessed it… the next 40 days.  On the first night, the Squaria native invites everyone around him to put their hands up and give him a High Five.  Also daring to be different is guest artist Theophilus London, in addition to producer Seven, who takes his production work out of this world and showers High Five with a Prince-like freshness that a cliché-ridden hip-hop scene has been missing.  Continue to check XV’s MySpace page and DJBooth.net to hear what the emcee plans to rain down on listeners next.

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