The inaugural entry in Sean Kingston‘s Feed the Streets Thursdays series, How We Survive, saw the Island-pop phenom kicking back and enjoying a few of life’s luxuries alongside rap vet Busta Rhymes. Needless, to say, living that good life requires Money and lots of it; thus, it’s only appropriate that Kingston’s dedicated installment number two to the paper chase. With Kingston and producer Allstar‘s laid-back boardwork thumping the back, the artist tunefully celebrates the acquisition and spending of currency. Fresh off dropping his free Yellow Album, Los Angeles emcee Dom Kennedy grabs the mic to deliver a cash-centric guest 16. Digging this catchy ode to the Almighty Dollar? Then be sure to tune next week—same Booth time, same Booth channel—for the next Feed the Streets release.
Written by richard on 08/23/12
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