Twista has returned with a brand new single titled “Tonite,” which sees him ditch his tongue-twisting type for a extra laid-back strategy. The track serves as a preview his upcoming mixtape Summer 96 with DJ Pharris.
“I’m identified to do a quick lyrical cadence, so any time I discover a beat that I can pop a distinct sort movement to, then I find it irresistible,” Twista mentioned in a press launch. “I heard that beat and once I began writing, I preferred the best way my rhymes had been stacking on prime it. Then it has a Motown, Michael Jackson really feel to it. It all clicked.”
Twista is scheduled to drop his Summer 96 tape in June. But earlier than its launch, the veteran MC will spend March and April on the highway with some fellow Chicago rhymers — Do Or Die, Crucial Conflict, Shawnna and PsychoDrama — as half the Class Of 96 Tour.
“On one degree, it’s all the homies,” he mentioned. “On one other degree, it’s so much the artists from the West Side Chicago. On one other degree, it’s so much artists from my specific period and we don’t often get collectively and do so much stuff like this. But each time we do, we have now a ball and all people kills it. They all deliver a fierce supply once they do their factor.”
Stream Twista’s “Tonite” single above. Check out his tour dates here.