KAB Tha Don – Good Music Brandon Caldwell January 24, 2011 The Leak 3 Comments Things consistently come around in a circle. While the city continues to emerge under its new found renaissance, KAB Tha Don is easily influenced by the people he’s around (no Drake). From last summer’s Sneaker Summit to the weekly Kickback Sundays jaunt at SF2, the large man from the Northside has been reminding people of a light skinned Big Pokey. Loud voice, demanding presence and an adlib that’s equally imposing as well as intoxicating, all the makings of a certified Houston rapper. Take “Good Music” for example. Although his voice is toned down significantly from how he is live, he still brings listeners in with solid wordplay and out-spoken lyricism, choosing the sound of gunplay over tired and uninspiring music. He plants his flag deep in the ground as into what he represents, not only the big dudes with near flawless breath control but the New Houston Collective as well. What, muhfucka. DOWNLOAD: KAB Tha Don – Good Music | Mediafire Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr 3 Responses Mixtape: DJ Castle & DJ Demo – The Come Up | Day & A Dream July 26, 2011 […] landscape in Houston in various instances, whether it be by freight train (see KAB Tha Don‘s “Good Music”) or underrated shipping (that would be Marcus Manchild‘s “We Are Not The […] Reply KAB Tha Don – Who Shot You | Day & A Dream August 19, 2011 […] out a freestyle better than some of his contemporaries. The big dude from the Northside who knows “Good Music” takes on a beat originally dominated by that B.I.G. dude from […] Reply SoReal Producer K.O. June 14, 2013 Every time I see Kab he raps with intensity. He’s H-Town no doubt! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.