Having lived through and overcome numerous hardships (most recently his father’s untimely death), unsigned talent Snook has plenty of encouragement to offer on his new single, Untouchable. Very much like 2Pac did on Keep Ya Head Up, the Newark-born, South Carolina resident, reassures a single mother, a young “child of the ghetto”, and a street hustler that they can withstand adversity and make something of their lives. To make sure his message goes nationwide, Snook grabs T-Pain‘s hook vocals and production; his most heartfelt effort since Epiphany‘s Time Machine. Look for Untouchable to be a hit both on the radio and in the hood, building anticipation for Snook’s upcoming From a Minor to a Major.
Written by Burmy on 10/2/07
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