The last single off A.J. Crew‘s forthcoming, DJBooth-hosted street album found the Windy City rhymesayer sending a message to his rivals in the rap game: “You F**kin’ Up. On follow-up effort Breathe Here, making its world premiere on our front page, the tables have turned. Backed by an abridged version of Pretty Lights’ soulful We Must Go On instrumental, the artist reflects on the role he played in causing a certain woman to walk out the door, ultimately confessing, “Yeah, I f**ked up, you can blame me.” His culpability, however, doesn’t keep him from putting the girl in question on blast for cutting him out of her life. For this poignant cut and many more bangers, check out The Reality of It All when it hits our front page for streaming and download on Wednesday, May 1.
Written by richard on 04/17/13
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