For Ty Farris, success in the rap game isn’t just a lofty ambition—it’s a matter of survival. On the lead single off his next street album, the buzzmaking Detroit emcee chronicles his ongoing quest to get his paper up and make it Out the Ghetto. Dom mans the boards, taking us back to the ‘90s by way of a boom-bap percussion rhythm and a sample from Mary J. Blige‘s classic All Night Long as Ty spits about the struggles and triumphs of his grind. Like what you’re hearing? Then stay tuned for further fresh song releases leading up to the currently-unscheduled arrival of Farris’ Tyrant tape.
Written by richard on 11/16/12
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