On the latest world premiere off his forthcoming,Booth-sponsored street album, Cali repper and The Seed member takes a long look in the mirror, reflecting on what his legacy will be “When I Die.” DJ Flow and FourFive handle production duties, flipping a mournful soul sample as Swuite spits about his past mistakes, his present grind and his hopes and uncertainties in regard to the future. Appreciate this insightful selection? More awaits on Swuite’s new solo mixtape, Church St.Blues, set to drop June 28.
Written by richard on 06/16/11
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"Ain't Seen Me Since" (2011)
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