As has been said so many times before, you don’t make it to the top by being afraid to fail. Or, as Midwest rhymesayer Gerald Walker puts it on the inaugural leak off his next mixtape, “I’d Rather Make Mistakes Than Do Nothing at All.” Here, an appropriately audacious beat by J. LBS sets the stage for enthusiastic rhymes about the importance of daring to innovate and learning from your missteps. While Believers Never Die as yet-lacks a drop date, fans can hear more on Walker’s Booth-sponsored The Other Half of Letting Go street album, available here for free streaming and download.
Written by richard on 09/29/11
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