My hoopty, rollin’, tailpipe draggin’, heat don’t work and my girlie keep naggin’. Sir Mix-A-Lot told you about the hoopty back in the 90s. But now that it’s 2015, it’s time to revisit the term for a new generation. And today, Closed Sessions artist, Kweku Collins, carries that torch with this new self-produced joint called “Hoopdi.” New year, new spelling. Deal with it.
This release also comes in celebration of Kweku’s first-ever NYC show, which takes place on October 17th, when Closed Sessions hosts a Boiler Room event in the Big Apple. Saba, Mr. Muthafuckin eXquire, Boathouse, oddCouple, Your Old Droog, and DJ Rude One will all be there. You can RSVP here and hit the jump for more details.
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