Wondering how they do it “In the 336? You’ve come to the right place—on the inaugural leak off The Dropouts’ forthcoming compilation album, three of Greenboro, North Carolina’s most talented representatives come together to blaze a sampled beat by Wan. Featuring the rhymes of Little Brother alum Phonte, King Mez and Charlie Smarts, this cut is just one of many quality cuts to appear on L.S.D., which as-yet lacks a release date—keep it locked for further details!
Written by richard on 08/26/11
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"Let Yourself Go (Remix) ft. Phonte" (2007)
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