No matter the nature of your hustle or your level of motivation, there are times when it feels like you’re on a Chase to Nowhere. On a freshly-released album outtake (with accompanying visuals) from his next street album, QuEST gives fans a glimpse of his occasional self-doubts and hesitations, flowing over Mr. Familiar‘s moody sampling of Brian Protheroe’s Interview/Also in the Limelight. While this cut didn’t make the cut for Fear Not Failure, those digging Chase to Nowhere will undoubtedly find more to like on the LP, available online as of early April.
Written by richard on 08/8/12
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