Ground Up‘s latest street release may be titled “Romantic Comedy,” but the Philly-residing trio’s love lives aren’t exactly the stuff of chick flicks. On newly-leaked standout cut Boulevard, the trio’s Booth debut, Blj Lincs crafts a downbeat, guitar-laced instrumental to back crewmates Azar and Malachi, who vent about their recent bad luck in the romantic arena. Does this moody jam leave you intrigued? More awaits on the trio’s freshly-released “mini-mixtape,” available for download from their official site.
Written by richard on 12/1/11
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