Though DMV repper K-Beta‘s Inglorious Beta mixtape dropped more than a year ago, I’m willing to bet there are some of you out there who put off listening, telling yourself, “I’ll get around to it tomorrow.” Well, as Bernie Mac told fourth-grade Kanye, “Ain’t nothing promised to you.” – not even another day on this earth – and there will never be a better time than right now. Looking to win more listeners to his cause in anticipation of the set’s deluxe edition, and perhaps even steer a few of us from the path of iniquity, Beta’s back with the newly-leaked Soul Cry, a leaked cut which delves deeply into the artist’s spiritual beliefs. Over the reggae-sampled production of Grussle, the freestyle series alum urges all listening to reject temptation and place their faith in a higher (“uh!”) power (“uh!”). Singer B. Sheba heightens the the Caribbean vibe, contributing her smooth, lightly-accented vocals to the hook. Those who take this joint’s message to heart may want to click here and stream/download the original version of Inglorious Beta this very instant; either way, though, don’t miss the expanded re-release when it hits stores April 26!
Written by richard on 04/11/11
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