While Stat Quo‘s problems with Shady/Aftermath have reached their boiling point and caused him to walk away from the label, his friend, former labelmate, and fellow Atlanta native Bobby Creekwater is still confident in his future as an MC, having just released The B.C. Era 2 EP (available for free download here). More laid-back than his fellow ATLiens, Bobby Creek picks up the acoustic guitar (along with Edwin Lynn) once again to put a background to two verses reflecting on how funny Life Is when you’ve got money. Complete with singer LJ‘s smooth hook, it can be said that Life Is fills a void in hip-hop: finally, there’s a hip hop song appropriate for the campfire (if you don’t believe me, try it out when the weather improves).
Written by Burmy on 12/14/08
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