As of late, the state of Ohio hasn’t had much to get excited about. LeBron took his talents to South Beach, Ohio State’s football image has been clouded by controversy and even Carson Palmer would rather retire than play in Cincinnati another year. However, Ohio femcee, Dominique Larue finally gives the great people of Ohio something to stand up and applaud for with Murdered, the latest cut off her anticipated Sam Jackson Project. Following previous leak We Are, on Murderer Larue looks overseas for the production, as Sweden representer Severe hands over a percussion heavy beat for Larue and Chicago emcee Add 2 to rhyme over. Larue shows off her first class flow and lyricism in her two verses, while Add-2 holds his own and goes hard on his verse. The Samuel L. Jackson inspired, aptly-titled upcoming album Sam Jackson Project is set to drop on August 29, so be sure to give it a look!
Written by Dillon White on 08/15/11
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