Like other kids his age, a young Wordsmith tried to save his money in order to buy various things. Instead of purchasing action figures or other toys, though, he copped mixtapes from the likes of Nas and Da Bush Babees. Thankful that he was raised at the bosom of hip-hop, the Baltimore rapper is able to sit back and relax in his car as he mulls over his achievements on the new single, Park and Ride (The Sunset Edition). The Strada-produced song described Word’s ideal summer day, spent cruising in his ride and dropping in on a homie’s barbeque. Park & Ride can be found on Wordsmith’s forthcoming debut, Vintage Material, which is due out the first quarter of next year.
Written by Carly on 10/14/08
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