Rather than copping his dad a tie or a coffee mug, Sterling Hayes decided to do something a little more personal and record a fresh song for Father’s Day. With that said, those who hit play on the Save Money affiliate’s new promo single expecting a sentimental tribute to his old man may be taken aback by the aggression displayed on Father’s Son. Over Saint The Good Boy‘s ominous street boardwork, Hayes rhymes about the drive and tenacity he inherited from his pops, while alluding to the struggle amid which he came up. For this intense cut and much more, cop the artist’s BIGshorty EP when it drops digitally this summer.
Written by richard on 05/27/14
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