Last heard expressing his nostalgia for the 1970’s on Booth debut Take U Back, MCMF turns his attention to the future on the latest single off his forthcoming full-length. Released along with visuals by Chris McGennis, the record finds the Jersey repper serving up a pensive, sampled beat as he asks fans to have Patience as he grinds his way to the top. Jive the Universal accompanies MCMF on bass, as well as recording, mixing and mastering the record. For more, check out MCMF’s I Can Rap LP when it arrives on the ‘net for free digital download May 29.
Written by richard on 04/27/12
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