- Artist: Don Trip
- Track: Therapy
- Album: TBA
The title of Don Trip's last Booth feature was unfortunately apt, since it was followed by a Break from the Booth of nearly a year. Now that he's finally back on our front page, he's got a few things to get off his chest, so he's turned his latest promo single into a lyrical Therapy session. Over an unknown beatsmith's minor-key guitar riffs and understated rhythm section, the Memphis rhymesayer spits eloquently about the stress and emotional baggage that comes with growing up poor and black in close proximity to the street life. Singa Bromfield assists on the chorus. This poignant jam isn't officially attached to any larger project, but will likely find a home on Don's forthcoming Step Brothers 3 tape. Whatever the case, you can keep it locked for all the latest from the Interscope signee.
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