Paradoxical as it may sound, freeloading ain’t easy. In fact, when you reach the level of gold-diggerdom attained by the central character in THURZ’ latest song release, it’s pretty much a full-time job. Coming on the heels of lead effort Keep the Faith, Another Number finds the Cali underground mainstay following a wily female as she exercises her charms on every high-roller in town, playing the game of love so shamelessly that it’s actually impressive. Backed by THX‘s low-key electronic boardwork, and topped off with the perennially smooth guest vocals of BJ The Chicago Kid (also THURZ’ wingman on L.A. Riot inclusion Hell’s Angel), this hip-hop character study is just one of many dope cuts to be found on 517 W Queen Tape, scheduled for release in the near future.
Written by richard on 08/21/12
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