Big Remo ft. Bun B & Bluu Suede - Go Ladies Pt. 2

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
The Soul Council
Album:
Sleepwalkers

Fresh off releasing his latest album via The DJBooth, Big Remo returns to our pages with a standout cut off the project. On Go Ladies Pt. 2, the Raleigh, N.C. repper rhymes about the dangerous allure of beautiful women, flowing over The Soul Council‘s lush boardwork. Bluu Suede contributes his vocals to the hook, and Bun B offers some romantic advice in a spoken-word outro. Feeling it? You can find this smooth selection and much more on Sleepwalkers, available here for free streaming and premium purchase.

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