4th Pyramid ft. Ben Stevenson - Stay Up High

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4th Pyramid has been absent from our pages since February 2012, when he made his DJBooth debut with the world premiere of So Balboa, but that doesn’t mean he’s down for the count. Quite the contrary—according to his latest single, he’s doing better than ever. On Stay High, the emcee exults in his current position of power, and charts a course to an even brighter tomorrow. Fresh off the release of his In My Opinion LP, rapper-producer Rich Kidd provides a guitar-laced beat to match 4th’s determined bars, and Falling Off singer/songwriter Ben Stevenson assists on the vocal tip. Like what you’re hearing? More awaits on The Sky Belongs to the Stars, scheduled for digital release on Tuesday, May 7.

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