Issued to individuals on diplomatic assignments overseas, the prestigious Black Passport entitles the bearer to visa-free travel in certain areas. Rumor has it, it also gets one VIP privileges from certain airports and airlines. And according to Brandon Rossi and Villa of Practice Bravery, that ain’t all; on their latest promotional single, the ATL duo describe a few lesser-known perks attached to the supposedly unobtainable credential, from private parties for their whole clique, to courtside seats at basketball games, to a “five-star hotel and some house shoes.” Joining the twosome over Rossi’s dreamy, understated keys, Two-9 member Curtis Williams contributes a equally luxurious guest verse. This joint isn’t attached to a larger project, but those feeling it are highly encouraged to check out the colllaborators’ last feature, Friends & Foes.
Written by richard on 07/19/13
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