In a rap game that sometimes seems obsessed with sex, money and luxury goods, hasHBrown is determined to spread a very different message through his music. On the second single off his forthcoming full-length, the Houston emcee urges listeners to Break the Chains of ignorance and materialism. Joining the headliner over Jett I. Masstyr‘s sampled boardwork, Stone’s Throw affiliate Guilty Simpson delivers an insightful guest verse. Watch for hasHBrown’s next album, Break Something to hit store shelves and online retailers November 30.
Written by richard on 11/10/11
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