BG & Chopper City Boyz ft. Alfamega - Keep It Real

Posted 7 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
S-Eighty
Album:
Life in the Concrete Jungle

If there are two themes B.G.‘s post-Cash Money career has been focused on, they are street credibility and staying true.  Not surprisingly, a new track called Keep It Real has made its way inside the DJBooth and will appear on the emcee’s second album with his Chopper City Boyz, Life In The Concrete Jungle.  Ready to show their authenticity (and expose a few fakes along the way), Snipe and Gar benefit from Geezy’s close ties to the Grand Hustle camp and are joined by Alfamega on the song’s closing verse.  For anyone planning to negatively critique, Keep It Real is not intended as a single; rather, it’s an album track for their heavy fanbase in the streets, who will likely pick up a copy of Concrete Jungle when it is released on September 23.

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