Listeners beware: if you’re wandering Vado‘s home streets unattended, You Could Lose Your Life at any time. On his latest street single, the Dipset affiliate offers fans fair warning of the dangers that lurk around the trap’s every corner, flowing over a hard-edged instrumental by Scram Jones. Vado’s long-awaited new mixtape, Slime Flu 2, still has yet to receive a drop date; keep it locked for details on that project as well as on his debut studio album, which is scheduled to drop in early 2012.
Written by richard on 11/4/11
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