One of Aaron Cohen’s darkest songs to date, “Booyakah” is about avoiding the pain of reality. It’s about closing your eyes and retreating into your own mind in order to overcome the difficulties and contradictions in life. Whether through art, drugs, sex, or simply imagination, we all need to escape every once in awhile.

The track marks the second collaboration between Cohen and Alexander Spit. Spit’s dark and progressive style compliments the Coopatroop production and Cohen’s more melodic flow. The pair linked previously on Cohen’s “You Wouldn’t Know” and felt a follow up was in order.

“Booyakah” is the first single off of Cohen’s upcoming Home Less EP which drops June 2 on iTunes.

Catch Aaron on tour, opening for Mayday!’s Wreckonize, Swollen Members’ Prevail and Potluck:

Jun 24 – Phoenix, AZ @ Club Red

Jun 25 – Riverside, CA @ Mission Tobbaco Lounge

Jun 26 – Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst (Atrium)

Jun 27 – Sacramento, CA @ The Boardwalk

Jun 28 – Reno, NV @ Jub Jub’s Thirst Parlor

@AaronCohenRap | @AlexanderSpit


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