Playing in My Car: Say Wassup — Rhymefest w/Phonte’
March 31, 2010
Because E is laboring on the song of the week, I am going to bless you with some music that I was riding to coming home today from work.
I am on Spring Break, but I went to work this week to get some things down type flat, so I can come back to work without the deadline of getting work done. The quarter is basically done and grades are due. Getting the work done is the best move that I could have done. Rhymefest is a smooth cat on the mic.
Che Smith (born July 6, 1977), known by the stage name of Rhymefest, is an American hip hop artist from Chicago, Illinois whose first official album, Blue Collar, was released on July 11, 2006. He co-wrote Kanye West‘s “Jesus Walks“, which won a Grammy at the 47th Grammy Awards. Rhymefest is signed to Mark Ronson‘s Allido Records.
Phonte’ is one of the members of one of my favorite rap groups, Little Brother.
Phonte Coleman, better known as Phonte, is a grammy nominated American rapper who is one-half of North Carolina duo Little Brother and one-half of the duo The Foreign Exchange. He has also recorded R&B-flavored output as a singer (often under the pseudonym Percy Miracles). His rhymes tend to be no-frills perspectives on working-class life.
Feel free to thank me for broadening your hip-hop knowledge