It's not often that an MC pops out and immediately draws comparisons to Kanye West, but that’s just what’s happened already to Josh Baze.
Why, you ask? Well, the Brooklyn rapper's debut song, "Hollyhood," to start. The bouncy track was not only produced by Griffin Guess, who crafted tracks for Yeezy’s Graduation, but he also fuses a stylin' look with hip-hop nostalgia and modern day trip-hop to conjure a motif that mirror’s West's early days.
Wanna hear for yourself? Check it out above, and nab the single on iTunes May 2.
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