Like many other R&B singers before him, Sassieon Dupris has chosen to make his DJBooth debut with a love song. But the relationship depicted on INDICA is slightly nontraditional, consisting of a man, a woman and a girl named Mary Jane. Over a blissfully mellow instrumental by Mic West, the Oklahoman recording artist celebrates the simple pleasure of getting lifted with someone you love, delivering his verses in a blunted near-whisper. Will you be flipping INDICA on next time you light up with your main squeeze (or on your lonesome, if you happen to be single)? If so, you’ll undoubtedly find more to your liking on Love| Fear| & Fantasies II, scheduled to drop digitally August 14.
Written by richard on 06/19/13
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