It Ain’t Hard to Tell that Marion Write is one of the most ambitious up-and-comers on the scene; every aspect of newly-leaked record Loyalty screams “sky-high aspirations.” Over a self-produced beat featuring a hook sampled from the aforementioned Illmatic single, the Vegas/Virginia Beach representative emphasizes his dedication to the game in verses loaded with vivid braggadocio and laced with references to rap legends. Boasting an impressive pen game and a variety of on-point flows, Write’s sure to prevail in the Booth, and there’s no reason this track shouldn’t become hit number three in the hot streak he began with Everybody Move and continued with So Into Me. It has yet to be determined whether Loyalty will appear on any forthcoming project, but those who like what they’re hearing can find more on Write’s recently-released Epilogue to Greatness mixtape (available for download here). Watch for Marion Write’s contribution to our exclusive freestyle series to premiere later this month!
Written by richard on 09/15/09
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"Everybody Move" (2009)
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