Before our conversation, I listened to the new album, watched the video for DoomTree’s “Drumsticks” a million times. I’ll have to wait a month or two till he comes to play West Hollywood to shout it at him at a show. At at 28, he’s already logged a considerable amount of time in the studio, and four hundred plus some odd tracks which is definitely a professional average. Spin has even called him a child prodigy, various mainstream media corporate outlets bowed at his feet as well in previous write-ups. He was down for the exchange, and I was unbelievably ill. It was decided via text message would be mutually beneficial way to proceed.
This is the kind of song my leather daddy and I would be dancing to at prom. Slowly swaying back and forth underneath the half lit moon, placing my head on his leather vest, feeling the breeze lift my hair. Then comes Lauryn Hill and her voice carries my inhibitions away on her mohair pillow. This song is part of Ron Isley’s new album Mr. I set to be released November 30th and hopefully one of many more future tracks for Senora Hill. [Stream Via Rap-Up]