Update: We have added the Manny Reel-directed visuals for Naledge’s 63rd and Hayes.
Recently, Chi-town mainstay Naledge has had a spate of people stop him on the street to ask when new music was coming, so he’s decided to set the record straight publicly. While a new Kidz In The Hall album isn’t coming anytime soon, fans can expect a brand new solo LP before the month is out. As our first taste of the aforementioned set, he’s liberated 63rd & Hayes, a laid-back street single featuring some impressive guest muscle. Over MStacks and DJ MoonDawg‘s slowed-down sampling of K.P. & Envyi‘s Swing My Way (also flipped on Charles Hamilton‘s Brooklyn Girls, among others), the Booth fave invites listeners (especially those who happen to be attractive and female) to feast their eyes on his candy-painted ride. UGK alumnus Bun B contributes a screwed-up hook. This whip-ready selection is just one of many fresh cuts to be found on Brain Power 2, due out on the 27th.
Written by richard on 01/22/14
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