Suffering from a deficiency of dope beats and insightful rhymes? As far as I know, there’s not a Pill for That, but a listen to Pugs Atomz‘s latest single should cure what ails you. Over the live boardwork of Plug Research beat crew Tensei, the Windy City-repping reader fave shares his thoughts surrounding his father’s recent (non-fatal) stroke, touching on life, death, music and just about everything in between. UK soul singer Jazz Bailey lends his “buttery” vocals to the chorus. Pugs claims this cut is “one of the best song[s he’s] ever written.” If you agree with his assessment, you can grab up the newly-released Bama Pi now.
Written by richard on 05/21/14
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"They Ain't" (2009)
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