Erik Flowchild‘s struggles may be a major influence on his musical output, but don’t get it twisted: no amount of paper will make the T-dot native forget where he’s from. On new single Still Me, a scorching street instrumental by Caleb Alleyne sets the stage for the freestyle series alum‘s determination-drenched meditations on the hustle (as well a little insightful social commentary). Topped off with the silky hook vocals of Victoria Sol, this is just one of many high-caliber cuts set for inclusion on Flowchild’s yet-unscheduled Valedictorian EP. Keep it locked for further details!
Written by richard on 06/29/11
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