Fresh off kicking off promotion for his next street album with defiant lead effort Back Off, Jesse Abraham returns to draw some Parallels on the second single off the set. Here, the Big Apple rhymesayer continues in the serious, reflective vein of the aforementioned cut, looking back on the tragedies that made him who he is today. Booth fave Emilio Rojas jumps on !llmind‘s grimy instrumental for a guest verse, and TreZure Empire ties it all together with a sung hook. For more, check out I Am Water when it is released later this year, and download a free copy of Jesse Abraham and PremRock: Live at Southpaw, on Monday, June 11, when it hits our mixtape page for free streaming and download.
Written by richard on 06/7/12
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