Off the top of his latest video single, Queens emcee T.Shirt reveals that he doesn’t Tweet about half the issues he goes through in life, but despite this warning No One Left turns out to be a rather candid affair. Backed by Steel Tipped Dove‘s piano-heavy production, T.Shirt isn’t afraid to keep it real as he comments, “My life is, not exactly righteous, but it’s not defined by my vices.” With the release of No One Left comes an accompanying RONIN-directed music video which easily reflects the somber tone of the song due to the directors use of straightforward visuals. No One Left is featured on T.Shirt’s Rich Hours album, which is currently available for download at RichHours.com.
Written by Danielle H. on 09/19/12
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