While the life of a recording artist is by no means easy, one can’t deny the allure of fame, fortune and—last, but most certainly not least—Groupie Love. On the latest single off Statik Selektah‘s forthcoming full-length, the Boston heavyweight enlists Mac Miller to pay tribute to the joys of random hookups over his upbeat synth production. Complete with a hook by singer Josh Xantus, this is just one of many fresh cuts set for inclusion on Selektah’s Population Control LP, dropping October 24, via Showoff Records/Duck Down.
Written by richard on 10/18/11
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