While you might not be happy about it, there is no debating that money makes our world go round. With currency (not to be mistaken with Curren$y) you can buy everything from love (although some might disagree) to concert tickets, or any must have items found on eBay or in SkyMall. However, Casey Veggies, a Roc Nation emcee who has his fair share of coin, knows that Money Don’t Buy Time. Setting the stage for Veggies’ signature flow is Lee Bannon, who flips an Usher sample into a foggy, ambient beat. The production is perfect for Veggies who despite his blunted, cushiony flow is still able to deliver every line with pinpoint accuracy. Money also don’t buy the project that this record is attached to, but if you need a second fix we suggest you check out April’s Young Ni**as.
Written by Lucas G. on 05/12/13
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