In a reversal of Hova‘s plight on a certain 2004 smash, Element & Noquezt of Second Family have just one problem: “Too Many b*tches.” On the latest single off their newly-released full-length, the Tacoma, Washington crew team up with Seattle mainstay Grynch and newcomer Knuckles to vent about their struggles with excessive female attention over the chill boardwork of Terminill. Like what you’re hearing? Well, you’re in luck—released July 6, Second Family’s Gateway Drug is available for free download in its entirety at the group’s official site.
Written by richard on 07/11/11
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