Previously heard airing his grievances with the game on the Gil Scott-Heron-inspired What They Say, Matt Reeves returns to delve into more personal subject matter on his latest mixtape leak. On Praise You, Killas Mac‘s soul-sampled boardwork sets a deceptively gentle mood as the Staten Island representative details a lifetime of hardship and struggle. Feeling this cathartic jam? Keep it locked to The DJBooth for the latest release details on the artist’s yet-unscheduled street album, 4 the Love of Hip Hop.
Written by richard on 10/24/11
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