I’m a dreamer. Ask me what I’m doing in five years (or even two years for that matter) and I’ll drop a list of possibilities so long you’ll think its R. Kelly’s list of sexual partners. S-Preme, on the other hand, knows exactly what his plans for the future are, and has no problem sharing his determination to Go Hard with the rest of us. One of his Preme’s finer talents is his ability to switch up his style (compare his flow here to work on listener-approved Test Your Might), and this time he moves to a more K. Sparks-esque approach in his flow pattern, spitting inspirational lines like “Currently my currency is less than enough, but I don’t let it bring me down, I’m headed up.” Listeners will have no problem catching on to Preme’s message, especially with a mesmerizing production contribution from beatsmith Soundtrakk. The track is the lead-up single to the Chicago phemon’s forthcoming mixtape, The Sicktape: Volume 2, due out early next month.
Written by Sigurd on 10/20/09
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