Bishop Lamont - Grow Up

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Dr. Dre
Album:
The Reformation

How many times have you seen a grandfather with corn-rows or a PTA member in a compromising photo posted on MySpace? Bishop Lamont has seen it all.  And frankly, he’s tired of these individuals.  No stranger to our Booth, Lamont goes featureless over a Dr. Dre beat on Grow Up.  As the first single off his forthcoming debut, the record speaks directly to anyone who is… well… immature.  Going in a completely different direction from DJ Khalil’s rock-rap flair on City Lights, Dre provides a classic, bumpable and uncomplicated Cali low-rider beat, perfect for driving by wankstas who are at the bus stop fully dressed in D&G.  Bishop’s debut LP, The Reformation, is set to be released this winter.

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