Earlier this month, AWAR and fellow NYC buzzmaker Troy Ave linked up to show off their rides on the reader-approved Cadillac Grills. For the follow-up single, he switches focus from the material to the spiritual. On Reincarnation, the unsigned rhymesayer draws a sharp line between the old him—deceitful, quick to anger, obsessed with staying fly—and the new, improved version. Trox provides a fitting backdrop for a lyrical epiphany, basing his beat around an uplifting gospel sample. The Winning Team is slated to drop at a yet-unspecified date in July. In the meantime, of course, you can keep it locked for the latest singles.
Written by richard on 06/10/14
When a high-caliber NYC rhymesayer like AWAR and a buzzworthy producer such as Vanderslice join forces, their combined powers should leave the competition shaking in its boots. So it's only appropriate that, on their first...
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