The Oxford comma (i.e., the one that follows the second to last item in a list) has long been a subject of debate among people with nothing better to do than argue about grammar. Some consider it essential, while others find it old-fashioned and unnecessary. Chi-town’s L.E.P. Bogus Boys take a stand on this controversial issue on their latest feature, proudly boasting that they’ve got “Commas after [their] commas.” OK, fine, I lied; the record’s about the numbers in their bank accounts. Premiered Tuesday at FakeShoreDrive, the duo’s debut street single via new label home Infrared/Blueprint Group features Count and Moonie trading caked-up verses with YMCMB heavyweight Lil Wayne and former Bad Boy signee MA$E over Southside and TM88‘s whip-ready production. This joint isn’t attached to a larger project, but fans can keep it locked for the latest from the Bogus Boys, including news on their currently-untitled/unscheduled freshman full-length.
Written by richard on 03/13/13
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