Slim Shady only wishes he were as lucky as Action Bronson. Recorded during the Flushing rhymesayer’s trip to the Windy City back in November, Closed Sessions leak Dear Heather finds Bronson sharing his correspondence with his number-one fan—who happens to be a beautiful woman, not a dude with mental issues. Chicago’s Rockie Fresh jumps on Thelonious Martin‘s smooth boardwork for a guets verse, and Macie Stewart ties it all together with a silky hook. The latest Closed Sessions compilation in scheduled to hit the ‘net “soon.” In the meantime, fans can click here to peep a behind-the-scenes video of this record’s creation.
Written by richard on 02/9/12
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