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Based on a dance floor-ready squelching synthesizer loop and a beat that combines stomps and handclaps like it was 2003 again, Swizz flips the phrase "I'm coolin'" into a catchphrase that could soon be unavoidable. He puts in a strong turn on the mic as well, rapping about club politics and fashion with an infectious attitude.
"Everyday, they ask what I'm doing," Swizz spits. "Deuces up, Playboy. I'm coolin'."
After a miniature comeback and the announcement of a new album titled 'Lip Lock' coming in September, Eve also sounds rejuvenated on the track. She puts in a short verse, but it's packed with enough energy to show that the former chart-topper and first lady of the Ruff Ryders once again means business.
"Eve-e I'm back on my bulls---," she raps. "Come back, come back with a full clip."
'Haute Living' still doesn't have a set release date, but Swizz insists that the album will drop this summer. He continues to release a new track every week through his Kanye West-inspired Monster Mondays series.
Grab 'Everyday (Coolin')' directly from Swizz over at his website.