If Kanye’s No Church in the Wild had a little brother, it’d sound a whole lot like OnCue‘s latest. Rising to be slated as one of Brooklyn’s finest, the emcee keeps it funky like the “sweat from ya upper lip” with the release of the Adam Ross-directed new video single New Religion. OnCue joins Fool’s Gold artist/producer Party Supplies and the infamous Just Blaze to expound on the way of the 21st century adult with a YOLO (you only live once) motif running throughout the party-centric record. In just three minutes, Cuey’s edgy voice and hyped cadence reminds you of life’s pleasure with a couple of reasons to repent, then sin again (word to Lil’ Kim). Once again it sounds like Cuey has stepped above his expectations to bring listeners a high-energy lifestyle track that invites you to a night of fellowship with vodka spirits and pretty Vicki Secret angels. New Religion is set to appear on a forthcoming, untitled project that is set for release sometime this fall.
Written by Sigmund'sDope on 06/27/12
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