The tragic events of December 14, shook the entire nation—and much of the world—to its core, but none have felt the tragedy more deeply than those who call Connecticut Home. Two up-and-coming rhymesayers hailing from the Constitution State, Chris Webby and OnCue share their own reactions to the Sandy Hook shooting, and reach out to the families of the victims, on this newly-released joint promo single. Frequent Cuey collaborator CJ Luzi provides a lush, string/keyboard-driven backdrop for their emotionally-charged verses. Home is available now for digital purchase via iTunes, with all proceeds going to The United Way of Western Connecticut and the Ana Grace Marquez Music Scholarship Fund.
Written by richard on 12/27/12
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