Last we heard form Ace B8gie, the Windy City native was boosting his mood by assuring himself that every day, in every way, he was getting Better and Better. Of course, positive energy by itself isn’t enough to take you to the top; you’ve also got to channel those good vibes into your hustle. On the follow-up, Ace puts his nose to the grindstone, demonstrating that he’s got the willpower and work ethic to match his upwardly mobile mindstate. Beatsmith Bobby Johnson backs the emcee’s motivational wisdom with thumping percussion and an exotic string sample. For more, check out Endorphin Extended Play when it drops digitally Monday, December 3.
Written by richard on 11/26/12
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