Review: RP Boo’s ‘I’ll Tell You What’ Explores Deep, Moody Footwork Textures

An architect of Chicago footwork in the late Nineties, RP Boo helped create the first wave of that juddering style of dance music with his noir, menacing, skeletal sound. At once harsh and murky, his breakout song “114799” made a slap-chop soufflé of the Godzilla soundtrack, and eventually he would create similar stomp-and-skitter with The Empire Strikes BackLive and Let Die and Shogun Assassin. His third full-length doesn’t have anything as immediate as 2016’s euphoric Lenny Kravitz-sample fricassee “Electr…
Album Reviews – Rolling Stone

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