For the street-anthemic lead single off their forthcoming full-length, production duo Ceasar & Pstarr recruit a Northeastern mainstay who’s been around the block (no pun intended) and then some. Where the Angels Sleep finds Lox member Styles P. going in over the beatsmiths’ bombastic synth-bass production, announcing his intent to hustle his way to success or die trying. Digging it? Fans can find plenty more where this came from on Ceaser & Pstarr’s War Music LP, scheduled to drop in July.
Written by richard on 06/17/11
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