When you’re as fly as KING FOE, you can rest assured that the haters will be So Bitter it hurts. Previously featured as one-third of trio BLKHRTS, the Denver repper’s laqtest single and first solo feature finds him shaking his head at his critics over a low-key beat by Nathan Reid and Yonnas Abraham—the latter of whom steps out from behind the boards to deliver chorus vocals. The second in a trilogy of solo releases by each member of the BLKHRTS trio, Junkie is available now for download via the artist’s Bandcamp page.
Written by richard on 05/17/12
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