When you’re journeying through Treacherous Lands, it’s never a bad idea to have someone watching your back. That’s why, for his next project, Chuuwee‘s forged a collaborative partnership with underground beatsmith Shae Money. On the set’s newly-released lead single, the aforementioned producer’s tension-fraught sample work bangs in the back as the Sacramento phenom touts his survival skills: “All Eyez on Me, they thinkin’ I’m Pac, no / Cause I ain’t been shot, nope, and no n**ga gon’ ever do it.” A pair of formidable Brooklyn spitters, Sean Price and Ruste Juxx, handle the cut’s latter two-thirds. Featuring this gritty selection and many more bangers, GatZby is scheduled to hit record stores and online retailers on Tuesday, September 24. In the meantime, you can still cop Chuuwee’s last project, Thrill, for free in The DJBooth.
Written by richard on 08/16/13
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