Contrary to those who thought Charles Hamilton was down for the count, Charles Hamilton proves that rumors of his career’s demise are greatly exaggerated with the release of his latest album inclusion. On I Don’t Care, none other than Eminem provides a headnodic production backdrop for the Harlem spitter’s iconoclastic-as-usual bars. In addition to rocking the mic, Hamilton busts out his keyboard for a solo on the back. Feeling it? More awaits on ill Doesn’t Meen classic, scheduled for free digital release this Saturday, July 7.
Written by richard on 07/5/12
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