On Make This Bread, an “official” leak from his next project, Lap Of Lux 1.5, Sir Michael Rocks offers up an ultimatum: “Make this bread or make your bed.” Judging by his success in 2012, it seems as though The Cool Kids member has heeded his own advice. In addition to joining Mac Miller on a 45-city tour, the Chicago native spent fall of 2012 sharing a stage with Pac Div on the group’s West Coast run. I am no accountant, thankfully, but I am sure that all of Rocks’ hard work earned him more bread than a bakery. The emcee looks to continue his success on this spacey, Reno produced cut. As the beat sways, Sir Michael craftily attacks the track with his unique sound, highlighted by his incomparable vocal delivery and laissez-faire cadence. Lap Of Lux 1.5, a revamped release of Lap of Lux, is set for a Thursday, December 6 release.
Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down to view Sir Michael Rocks’ Mars (of FlightLife Films)-directed Make This Bread visual.
Written by Lucas G. on 01/17/13
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