There’s only one man Will Brennan trusts in this hip-hop game, and his name is—you guessed it—Will Brennan. On new mixtape single All That I Got, the Panhandle State representative acknowledges that he’s got only himself to protect his interests, but expresses his confidence that’s all the help he’s gonna need. Despite his self-reliant philosophy in the game, the Booth fave keeps the tone upbeat, lacing DJ Burn One‘s sampled production with sage advice for fellow hustlers: “Life is so much better / When you leave all that f**k s**t behind / That’s why I always keep it positive and I’m gone stay like this forever / Keep working hard and you gone get your time.” Brennan’s Prodigal Son LP is scheduled for release September 17. In the meantime, fans can hear more from the Florida repper on Booth-hosted project Rite of Passage, released in February and available here for free streaming and download.
Written by richard on 08/30/12
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