Last heard trading bars with Audra the Rapper on Sweet Water, leak numero uno off his forthcoming The Eleventh Hour re-release, Mike Jagger returns with a brand new single off the expanded set. Released along with its Creative Control-directed visual, the record finds the Brooklyn rhymesayer delving into some painful childhood memories over his own plaintive, soul-sampled production. Eleven30 still has yet to receive a drop date, but fans can still cop the original version of Jaggerr’s debut street album via his Bandcamp page.
Written by richard on 04/12/12
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