When a dude says he’s Unaffected by a significant other’s shady behavior, that’s rarely the whole story; it certainly isn’t in the case of Azad Right, who responds to his girl’s disloyalty on a freshly-minted promo single. BC Kingdom‘s Lock Up, a moody instrumental off Solange Knowles and Saint Record‘s Saint Heron compilation, accompanies the unsigned spitter as he seethes over his wounded pride, telling the woman in question, “I’d rather replace you than give you the upper hand.” Unaffected isn’t part of a larger set, but listeners craving more are encouraged to check out the artist’s last feature, March’s All My Love.
Written by richard on 05/21/14
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