Feel the need to talk sh*t about C-San? You’d be better off saving your breath. On new single Hate on Me, released along with visuals by Eddy Orellana, the Los Angeles repper pre-emptively informs his critics that they have zero chance of breaking his stride. In addition to handling production duties, Iman Omari tops the record off with an appropriately blasé chorus. For more, check out C-San’s DJBooth-sponsored Dreams and Reality street album, released last week and available here for free streaming and download.
Written by richard on 05/3/12
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