1982 ft. Bun B & Masspike Miles - You Should Go Home

Posted 6 years ago
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Producer:
Statik Selektah
Album:
1982 (The Album)

Don’t judge a book by its cover; though the silky-smooth sound of Statik Selektah and Termanology‘s latest feature under the 1982 banner might lead you to believe that the twosome have just one thing on their minds, a listen to guest singer Masspike Miles’ chorus will quickly disprove your assumption: “You Should Go Home, cause you ain’t comin’ home with me tonight…” Something of an “anti-ladies’ jam,” this new single finds Selektah serving up a characteristically lush, horn-driven instrumental as Term rebuffs the advances of an over-eager female, explaining that he’s simply not in the mood: “I just wanna cruise, party with my crew – beefin’ with you is something I don’t wanna do.” Also along for the ride is UGK vet Bun B, who spends his bars attempting to reassure a jealous girl at home, while asserting his need for the occasional boys’ night out. A breezy joint that I’m sure many of the fellas will find relatable (and women will likely enjoy regardless of their opinions on the subject), Go Home is just one of many fresh tracks to be found on 1982 (The Album), set to hit stores October 26.

1982 Bun B Masspike Miles

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