Don’t let the title fool you—though the latest entry in The Regiment‘s ongoing First Mondays series deals with the topic of Failure, the song itself is another victory for the Motown twosome. Here, an somber instrumental by Soulution sets the mood as OSI and IseQold survey the obstacles standing between minority youth and success. Vincent J. Kelly tops the record off with his mournful hook vocals. Keep it locked for future entries in The Regiment’s ongoing series, as well as picking up their Panic Button LP when it hits stores next month via HiPNOTT Records.
Written by richard on 08/1/11
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