Recently heard giving listeners a little insight into his grind on promo cut Dreamin’, Moe Green continues in a similarly introspective vein on his latest effort. On newly-leaked EP cut Glory, the Vallejo representative laces Fly Commons’ anthemic synth boardwork with an earnest account of his hustle to succeed in the music game. For more, check out Moe Green’s Free Water EP when it hits the ‘net on Monday, December 19.
Written by richard on 12/15/11
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