With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, the L.E.P. Bogus Boys have X’s & O’s on the brain—but not the kind you might think. While everyone else is dreaming of kisses and hugs, Count and Moonie are poring over their playbook, planning how they’re going to crush their competition. On this freshly-minted mixtape single, the group’s first release since signing with Gee Roberson’s newly-launched Blueprint imprint back in December, D. Rich‘s brassy trap boardwork gets trunks rattling as the Chi-town twosome offer rival rappers fair warning: “We run the field, now you n**gas in trouble.” Dont Feed Da Killaz (Vol. 4) currently lacks a drop date, but DJBooth readers will be the first to know when that changes. In the meantime, keep your browsers locked for all the latest tunes.
Written by richard on 02/5/13
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