The portfolio of artists with a Fire in the Booth continues to diversify. Started over a decade ago as the brainchild of our very own Charlie Sloth, there has been a whole slew of legendary performances on the platform. From Nines to Bugzy Malone, Wretch 32 to Drake, there’s no denying we’ve been treated to some exceptional artistry through Charlie’s work.
Today, the platform has evolved from being entirely focused on UK rap music to now having a more global, macro view. It’s no longer the exception to see a rapper from outside of the UK grace the iconic studio, a reality which is probably largely down to the moving of the studio to LA. With this comes the opportunity to put on a whole other generation of talent within our American counterparts.
Kuttem Reese is the latest in a growing list of talented American rappers to get their own edition of the series. Hailing from Florida, Reese has quietly gone about establishing himself as one of the gifted rappers on the come-up in the country, and this freestyle shows why. Despite being slightly less than a minute of actual rapping, his verse is filled with insight into the struggles of his reality.
Be sure to check out Kuttem Reese’s Fire in the Booth below, and keep it locked on GRM for further Fire in the Booth updates.