As the flagship artist on SoBe Entertainment, R&B singer Urban Mystic released his debut album, Ghetto Revelations, in 2004, which was followed by its sequel two years later. Having flown under the radar for his entire career, the Miami Beach native has decided that it’s time to emerge amidst the crowd and rise up with a new single about his Main Squeeze. Known to excel on his collaborative work, Yung Joc leads off the record with an eight-bar verse before letting Mystic do his thing over producer Big D‘s beat. Amongst those who consider themselves to be in the “grown & sexy” demographic, Main Squeeze should work out rather tightly. GRIII: Old School, New School has no current release date.
Written by Burmy on 09/24/08
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