Joey Fatts may have been gangster straight out the womb, but that doesn’t mean you can’t learn to Keep It G later in life. On his latest mixtape single, Part 2 of a jam that, to my knowledge, has not been released, the Long Beach repper offers listeners a crash course on that very topic, detailing his daily activities over some laid-back street boardwork by Cardo. Returning the favor from last year’s R. Cali, ASAP Rocky jumps on the track to deliver a hard-nosed guest 16. Feeling it? You can find Keep It G and much more on Chipper Jones Vol. 3, released to the ‘net yesterday evening.
Written by richard on 08/4/14
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