Sometimes there's a bit of a disconnect between the emcee's cadence and the instrumentals they choose to spit over (ie: every person that decided to jump on the "Control" bandwagon, especially Papoose.) Though it may not seemingly fit together, a smart and well-versed emcee will more often than not jump at the opportunity to make the beat their own. Enter D. Glove, the young and charismatic rapper straight outta Minnesota who we've featured in the past. Doing his thing over Big KRIT's "1986", "1992 (Freeverse)" has Glove flowing the horn heavy, Bobby Womack-sampled jam by incorporating his own flavour with the beat. Directed by Glen Ellingson, the video is comprised of a number of simple, straightforward shots of the rapper, a refreshing change of pace from the excessive visuals coming from most of today's artists.
"1992 (Freeverse)" is a part of D. Glove's #TruSupporterThursdays, a series of tracks that lead up to his upcoming mixtape. Check it out and be sure to show him some love.
- October 19th, 2013