When you purchase as many kicks as Pac Div, what are you supposed to do with all those empty Sneakerboxes? On a fresh single off their just-released sophomore set, Like, Mibbs and BeYoung offer a ingenious answer to that question: use ‘em to store your petty cash till more fly footwear catches your eye. Over Like’s stripped-down production, the Cali trio address listeners curious about how deep their pockets go, assuring said nosy motherf**kers that their independent hustle is pulling in plenty enough lucre to keep those boxes filled up to the top. Frequent collaborator Big Sik and 17-year-old Inglewood repper Chip Gnarly flaunt their own cash reserves, and their formidable shoe game, on the guest tip. For this cut, reader-approved singles Cross-Trainers and The Return, and more, cop sophomore set GMB, released November 27, via RBC Records.
Written by richard on 12/4/12
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