You can search the rap game from top to bottom, but you’ll never find another artist quite like Dave Coresh. Which means that, after four months with nary a feature—Love&Money hit our front page back in December of 2012—our readers must be experiencing powerful cravings for new music from the Windy City rhymesayer. By way of scratching that itch, we present freshly-minted promo cut N*gga Like Me. On this bold and arrogant cut, Coresh demonstrates why his competition can’t hope to measure up, showcasing his distinctive brand of street lyricism over a slow-rolling, self-produced beat. While Like Me isn’t part of a larger project, those digging it should keep it locked for further news and tunes leading up to the artist’s forthcoming, currently-unscheduled E.L.E. street album.
Written by richard on 04/11/13
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