I don’t know Verse Simmonds’ take on gun control, but I think it’s safe to say that he, at the very least, likes his women Fully Loaded. On his first feature since September’s Young Jeezy-assisted, Bout That Life, the ATL crooner returns with an eclectic cut off of his forthcoming EP. Board magician Sak Pase pulls a rabbit out of his hat with a summery, crusin’ production, perfect for Verse’s eclectic singing style, which is a tasty blend of standard R&B and Island vibes. Possibly inspired by his regular rapping collaborator, Simmonds also offers up a few rapped bars. The aforementioned 1996 EP is tentatively set for release in June, just in time for summer.
Written by Lucas G. on 05/5/13
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