Every high is different, but lighting up has a number of fairly consistent effects—euphoria, increased appetite, a distorted sense of time and, if you happen to be Rockie Fresh, persistent thoughts of a certain woman. On Kush Do, a standout track off the MMG signee’s latest street album, a few hits of high-quality indica send the emcee into a romantic reverie. Over Cam & PeeZy‘s production, a smoker-friendly arrangement centered around a dreamy string loop, Fresh assures the chick in question that, despite his playeristic tendencies, she holds a special place in his heart: “I had my share of b*tches, I can’t even deny / But for some reason I see different when I look in your eyes.” For Kush Do, the Ricky Rozay-assisted Panera Bread and much more, check out The Birthday Tape, released today for free digital download.
Written by richard on 04/29/13
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