As they gear up for their first ever national tour in November, Green Street liberates a new loose joint for their fans. Produced by Tokyo-based beatsmith, Budamonk, “Ninety2” is a throwback to the days of De La Soul and ATCQ, with it’s funky chops and colorful lyricism. Additional vocals by King Pleaxure.
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Comments: I really liked the chorus. The beat was smooth. And it was in routine Green St. fashion that they would have fun on a track with a smooth beat. You can’t be in a bad mood listening to something like this. They are as inspiring as [f-bomb] , just a few humble kids about to go on a national tour. Ren and A-live both went through life-threatening illnesses and surpassed them. And now all three (Ren the Producer + Soupa & A-Live the MCs) continue to pursue their dreams…. it makes it impossible for me to say “nah, let me stop my dreams” to my own, because I know how tough THEIR struggle has been. If they believe, I believe in myself. That singer is also DAMN talented. The energy on Soupa’s verse is crazy. One of the best soup verses I’ve heard. He’s STEADILY improving. That Sax 5th part was dope as hell. I can’t be your fresh prince, I ain’t Will. CTFU. I do like how Green Street calls themselves almost a modern day ATCQ. It’s a cool style.
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