I’m a day late, but what the hell: happy birthday, Cymarshall Law! Leaked to celebrate the Jersey-repping Booth fave and freestyle alum‘s big day, Great Ones Too finds Law spitting about the influence African-American legends Stevie Wonder, Muhammad Ali and Michael Jordan had on his dreams as a youngster. Backed by Mr. Joeker‘s lushly-sampled production, this inspirational (and educational) cut is just the beginning of the dope new material in store on the emcee-producer duo’s sophomore collaborative set, Hip Hop in the Soul 2. Keep it locked for further release details!
Written by richard on 08/30/11
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