As we learned on Easy Yves Saint‘s last feature, the Queens-by-way-of-Texas rhymesayer’s heavy consumption of alcohol tends to turn his evenings into a BLUR. Be that as it may, the Juice hasn’t had any deleterious effects on his flow, as the follow-up makes abundantly clear. Inspired by 2Pac Shakur‘s performance in the ‘92 crime drama of the same name, this joint finds the Niceguys frontman delivering diabolically fresh bars over the grainy, dissonant electronic grooves of producer (and bandmate) Free. Hajer and OG Danny Ocean‘s appropriately gritty visuals accompany the cut. Released in May, the artist’s Sincerely, Yves EP is available now online.
Written by richard on 07/2/14
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