Not seen on our front page since February, when he earned positive reader reviews for Brooklyn Basement, Collins makes his return to our front page with single numero uno off his next studio album. Listen is a poignant crossover jam in the vein of B.o.B‘s early hits. Over beatsmith Qux‘s deliberate piano chords and martial percussion, the Phoenix representative reflects on his ongoing hustle to the top of the game, and urges those listening to chase after their dreams as well. Sareena Dominguez ties the record together with a crowd-pleasing guest hook. Destroyer currently lacks a drop date, but in the meantime you can stream and freely download Collins’ last release, the Booth-hosted Sincerely, the Mixtape.
Written by richard on 08/22/14
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"Brooklyn Basement" (2014)
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