Recently introduced to our pages with Charles Bradley-assisted single America, Windy City-bred, L.A.-based rapper and producer E-TRAIN returns to our pages with newly-released album standout Lonely at the Top. On this eclectic, contemplative jam, the artist’s own lush, sampled production serves as backdrop for verses examining the psychological cost of success. For more, check out the artist’s Wrath of Roxane+ LP, streamable for free via the artist’s SoundCloud page.
Written by richard on 06/27/12
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