Still coasting on some good Vibrations, Alex Wiley returns to our pages to declare that all the fake money and drug talk flooding hip-hop is officially Ova. Featuring a blunted beat from Odd Couple and some typically original flows from the Chicago emcee, Ova can be found on Wiley’s upcoming Village Party album. While the project is still awaiting a set release date, we’re being told it’s coming soon. Fans of Wiley should also keep an eye out for a full-length profile on him coming soon to our sister site, RefinedHype.
Written by Nathan S. on 05/12/14
Back in June of 2013, Alex Wiley unleashed his Closed Sessions debut street album, a hard-hitting project that had hip-hop heads everywhere lining up to join Club Wiley. Now, on the freshly-minted follow-up, the Windy City...
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