Shady Records newest artist, Bobby Creekwater, is somewhat deeper than your average Atlanta MC. In his new song, Acid Rain, Creekwater follows the “mo’ money, mo’ problems” mind state as he reflects on everything he’s gone through since being signed to a major deal; from the cash and groupies to expensive herb and drank. With a soulful hook from singer Kamilah Summer and a piano-bass guitar mix, Acid Rain should (believe it or not) help correct the minds of those who still think the major-label lifestyle is nothing but partying and good times.
Written by Burmy on 08/20/07
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