Bird ft. Little Brother & Notes To Self - Still Shine

Posted 3 years ago
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La Notte

Although they haven’t been together since 2010, Little Brother knows no age. Twelve years after the start of their collaborative career, they can Still Shine as brightly as the day they started. The N.C. group’s rhyming duo prove this to be the case with their guest contribution to the latest feature from T-Dot triple-threat (singer/songwriter/producer) Bird. They aren’t the only ones shining brightly, though. Fellow Canadians Notes To Self also showcase their commanding, powerful style on the guest tip. Most of the credit for the track’s dopeness, though, goes to Bird’s soulful, vibrant production. Not to discredit any of the rappers involved but, over a beat this dope, it’s damn near impossible to sound bad. This record will shine for eternity on Bird’s new album, La Notte, scheduled to drop July 9, via Lost Metropolis Records.

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