There’s nothing wrong with a little recreational drug use, but let’s be real: people who overindulge in narcotics soon become shifty, erratic and generally unpleasant to be around. On his next LP’s latest single, premiered earlier today via 2DopeBoyz, Slaine lets the world know exactly how much Dopeheads piss him off. Over Louis Bell‘s grimy street boardwork, the La Coka Nostra frontman brushes aside those who’d accuse him of lacking empathy, spitting, “It used to make me sad but now it makes me sick / Cause everywhere I go I got these cowards on my d**k.” Underground vet Jaysaun echoes the headliner’s sentiments in an irreverent guest 16. Feeling it? Then be sure to cop The King of Everything Else, when it drops via Suburban Noize on August 19.
Written by richard on 07/14/14
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