Spending one’s high-school years as a relative outcast may be no walk in the park, but it certainly seems to increase the odds of achieving one’s dreams later in life. Just ask Panhandle State emcee Bizzy Crook, who recounts his transformation from studious nerd to burgeoning rap superstar on Heart Breaker, a newly-released standout cut off his latest mixtape. Featuring the pop-rock production of Jocko (who samples Demi Lovato’s hit single, This Is Me), this upbeat banger is just one of many quality cuts to be found on Crook’s P.S. I’m Sorry street album, released Nov. 3, and available now online.
Written by richard on 11/7/11
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