Fresh off dazzling Boothgoers with Broken Promises, a poignant standout cut off the freely-downloadable Beale Street Blues LP, Layne Harper bounces back with a brand new single off his next street release. On Reconciliation, an immersive synth beat by Luke Witherspoon III and George “Spank” McCurdy accompanies the unsigned emcee as he ponders the often cruel vagaries of fate: “Asked God for a sign, then my granny died / Asked god for a sign then my father died.” Justin Forrest provides a plaintive guest hook. Feeling it? Then keep your browsers locked for the latest on A Time for Everything, which currently lacks a drop date.
Written by richard on 07/31/14
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