Azad Right - Born to Win

Posted about 4 years ago
Producer:
ChromeBully
Album:
#GetRightTuesdays

Tuesday is arguably the most disliked day of the week, but Los Angeles-based rapper Azad Right is aiming to make your Tuesday’s just a little bit brighter thanks to his newly-introduced #GetRightTuesdays series. We featured the series’ debut, Wandering Eye, last month, and now the emcee rolls out a rather impressive third installment. Right’s latest, Born To Win, is a braggadocious cut which features the West Coast spitter dropping rhymes about everything from rapping circles around fellow emcees to paying homage to his hip-hop predecessors. The ChromeBully-produced record is nostalgic to say the least, driven by a soul sample and concluding with a hefty dose of scratching. Stay tuned for the fourth installment in Right’s series when it’s released to the net next Tuesday, for free download.

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