Thus far in Summer of Jamla, 9th and company are two for two in the Booth; HaLo‘s No Matter and Actual Proof‘s God Willin’ have both earned stellar reviews from our readership. Hoping to continue his clique’s winning streak, Big Remo steps into the spotlight with installment number three in the six-song series. Making its world premiere right here on our front page, album lead single Slum Livin finds the Winston-Salem, North Carolina spitter reminiscing about his long career as a hustler over the languid, street-ready sample work of Kash. On the back, D-Block veteran Styles P. grabs the mic to chronicle his own transition from rags to riches. So, has Jamla managed to pull off a hat trick with the first half of its digital series? Those who answer in the affirmative will want to keep their browsers locked for further Summer of Jamla song releases, as well as the latest on Remo’s currently-unscheduled Hero LP.
Written by richard on 07/1/13
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