If there’s one thing that modern-day rap has taught me, it’s that much of what glittering turns out to be pyrite—particularly when what’s glittering is a major-label contract. In the middle of parting ways with Atlantic Records, Phreshy Duzit shares his disillusionment with the game on his latest album leak Michigan Ave. Complete with Nylez’ moody production and chorus vocals, this cathartic cut is one of many quality jams to be found on Duzit’s currently-unscheduled Brave New World LP—keep it locked for release details on the project, as well as all the latest tunes.
Written by richard on 11/14/11
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