Just how ruthless is Marc Goone in pursuit of his paper? Well, picture a Yung Walter White—or rather, a Walter White who started building his meth empire at an earlier age. (My fellow Breaking Bad fans will remember that the actual young Walter White was a herb.) On this tongue-in-cheek, Aaron Zuckerman-produced mixtape inclusion, the Hunger emcee recounts how the lack of opportunity to make licit funds inspired him to become a “college-educated drug dealer from the suburbs.” Director YUNG Justin Clough pays homage to the record’s televisual inspiration in his official video. For more original material from a variety of the game’s most buzzworthy emerging artists, check out DJ Smile‘s The State of The Come-Up, Vol. 1 compilation album, out now online.
Written by richard on 01/23/13
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