Fresh off the downright spectacular STSisGOLD, Philly repper STS returns with yet more proof of his lyrical prowess—this time in the form of a fresh, unreleased freestyle. On Only One, a Pr1me‘s sample of the Black Keys’ cut of almost the same title (theirs has a “the”) sets the stage for braggadocious, gymnastically-flowed bars from the freestyle series alum. Like what you’re hearing? Then be sure to cop STS’ latest full-length,The Illustrious, when it hits the ‘net in late July.
Written by richard on 06/23/11
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