Harlem’s Cash, formerly known as Ca$he, formerly known as Harlem’s Cash (get that?) has returned to build anticipation for his forthcoming mixtape with a “random record” that didn’t make the tracklist. La La sees the Big Apple representative announcing his dedication to the hustle over a retro-informed, sampled beat by Thelonious1up. Booth newcomer Wize G lends a hand, lacing the back with a gruff guest verse. Like what you’re hearing? Though this unreleased joint, as mentioned above, isn’t attached to any the project, fans can keep it locked for release details on forthcoming street album The Whole Thing, coming soon!
Written by richard on 04/4/11
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