Black Dave ft. William Wilson - Back Up On My Bullsh*t

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Statik Selektah
Album:
Stay Black 2

Since telling the world, F**k Everybody back in early April, Black Dave and fellow Stoned Roller Gang member William Wilson are back on their B-U-L-L-S-H-I-T. On Black Bart’s new street single, Back Up On My Bullsh*t, the two NYC emcees make it clear that any moves that they make are official—smoking by the pound, kicking it with two girls at a time, riding around in that new new. It’s only right that Statik Selektah provides a chilled out piano melody to match the rappers’ cool confidence. If the SRG was a fraternity, I’m sure the recruiting class for each season would fill its quota faster than Donald Sterling’s punishment. This new record will be on Black Dave’s upcoming tape, Stay Black 2, which has no official release date yet.

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