When Connor Evans offered us the world premiere of his latest promo single, Trojan Horse, we were a little bit nervous. After giving it a spin and not having a Greek army crawl out my laptop and ransack my apartment, I can assure you with almost 100% certainty that it ain’t a trap. It’s just a dope promo single. Coming on the heels of Booth-exclusive freestyle Tryptophan, this loosie is an understated meditation on the grind. Over BHB‘s moody, nocturnal keys, the Coachella Valley repper ponders the different directions his life could have taken, had he not picked up the mic. Connor plans to release his next album, Everything Changes” this Fall, this fall.
Written by richard on 07/28/14
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