With previously-featured leaks Hustle From Born and HELP, Peter Jackson gave fans an idea of the fresh approach he’d be taking with his next project—and, judging by the reviews he garnered, people liked what they heard. On the latest single and album title track, however, the T-Dot mic-murderer reveals that the Fresh Start referred to in the title isn’t as much a shift in direction as it is a change in attitude. Over Burd & Keyz’ quietly intense, synth-driven grooves, he pledges to keep success in his crosshairs while letting go of past baggage. Strange Music‘s Krizz Kaliko soulfully echoes his sentiments on the chorus. Digging it? You can expect plenty more hot beats and thoughtful lyricism on Peter Jackson’s FreshStartLP, pre-orderable now in anticipation of its release tomorrow, November 13.
Written by richard on 11/12/12
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