You can Always count on DJ Scream to put together a high-quality, star-studded street banger, and today is no exception to the rule. His first feature since 2013’s National Champs, the freshly-released lead single off his next full-length finds the Chi-town native enlisting a four-pack of noteworthy spitters to rhyme about the constant elements of their daily hustle—from the neverending accumulation of currency to the unceasing stream of hate from herbs and lames. MPC Cartel mans the mixing boards, cooking up a moody, trap-tinged beat to back block talk-packed verses from Grand Hustle repper Que, Florida fast-riser Gunplay, ATL phenom Waka Flocka Flame and new MMG signee Tracy T.. Are you Always gonna be banging this cut in your whip from now on? If so, keep it locked; Hunger Pains has yet to receive a drop date, but we’ll keep you supplied with the latest news and singles leading up to its eventual arrival.
Written by richard on 03/12/14
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