Having taken listeners to Church on his last mixtape single, Lumba Blackwood opts for a drastic change of scenery on the follow-up, stepping out into the ‘hood to deliver some raw and uncut Hustla’s Music. Making its world premiere right here on our homepage, the record finds the Windy City representative dropping hard-edged rhymes over Grant Parks’ street-certified synth-piano production. Produced entirely by Parks, Bangz Bassiks is scheduled for release in late spring.
Written by richard on 03/23/12
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