Just a few months ago, I watched Home Alone for the first time ever. Now I’m kind of upset I missed out on it as a kid (My mom thought the violence would scar my young mind.) because, damn, that was a thoroughly dope movie. Those of y’all who weren’t culturally deprived during your childhoods will likely feel a thrill of nostalgia upon hitting play on the latest single from Kent M$NEY, which samples John Williams-penned theme song Somewhere in My Memory. Unlike Macaulay Culkin, though, the Virginia spitter isn’t rolling solo on this cut; in fact, the whole HS87 family is keeping him company. Hit-Boy, B-Mac the Queen, Audio Push, N.No and B. Carr jump on Haze Banga‘s instrumental to deliver high-energy guest bars. The project to which this record will be attached has yet to receive a title or drop date, but we’ll be sure to keep you posted as further details emerge.
Written by richard on 03/4/14
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