Bishop Lamont ft. Dae One - Ain’t No Other

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
Drama Beats
Album:
Young and Reckless Mixtape (No Release Date)

Think of a typical Friday or Saturday night—do you envision yourself sitting in your parents’ basement, staring at a wall while contemplating what life would be like if you had friends to hang out with or interesting things to do? If so, the first single off Los Angeles-based emcee Bishop Lamont’s new mixtape, Young and Reckless, probably isn’t for you (perhaps some relaxing Muzak eight-tracks would be more your speed). Of course, none of that applies to the lively and interesting individuals who make up our readership; if you love to have a good time, Ain’t No Other N*gga is most definitely for you. Bishop’s all about keeping the good vibes rolling on this track, rapping with an energetic flow over Drama Beats’ equally vivacious instrumental. After covering such topics as his immense talent and his penchant for picking up women in the Las Vegas area, he invites the listeners out to the dance floor for a round of cha-cha dancing, led by guest vocalist Dae One.  If you like what you’re hearing, stay tuned for further details on Young and Reckless, which has yet to receive a release date.

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