The hip-hop game hasn’t always been kind to Chris Webby; the struggles he’s faced on his come-up have even, at times, tempted him to cut his losses and call it quits. There may come a day when the Connecticut representative hangs up the mic, but it most definitely Won’t Be Today. On his latest promotional single, he assures fans that he’s in it for the long haul, touting his dedication to the hustle over piano-driven boardwork by Prestige. Garden State heavyweight Joe Budden showcases his narrative chops on the middle verse. This grind anthem isn’t attached to any larger project, but fans should keep it locked; we’ll keep you supplied with the latest news and tunes from both Chris Webby and Joey Jumpoff.
Written by richard on 03/5/14
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