Almost September ft. KRS-One & Sleepy Brown - Love

Posted 8 years ago
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Producer:
Jared Lee
Album:
Self-Titled

Having started her lengthy career as the younger sister of rap group Audio Two (best known for hip-hop’s most sampled single, Top Billin’), rapper MC Lyte knows all about assemblage.  Putting that knowledge to work, the 36-year-old Lyte as a Rock veteran has teamed up with producer/DJ Jared Lee and background vocalist Whitey White to form the new supergroup, Almost September.  Set to release their self-titled debut album as an iTunes exclusive on May 27, the group’s lead single deals with the all-too-forgotten topic of Love.  Joining in on this poetry in motion are fellow hip-hop legend, KRS-One, and longtime Outkast/Goodie Mob protégé Sleepy Brown, who together give Love true throwback appeal.

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