Blaison Maven - Roulette

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
BKS
Album:
#2MonthsOfReign Series

When it’s the fourth quarter with 10 seconds left and every muscle in your body is aching, that’s when you dig deep to find out if you have what it takes to extend your 15 minutes of fame. Los Angeles-based emcee Blaison Maven believes he deserves every second of that and then some. And he’ll explain why for the next two months, with a new song release each week in his #2MonthsOfReign series. For it’s first entry, which doubles as the artist’s first solo DJBooth feature, we get an audio substitute for your daily, morning serving of caffeine with Roulette. If you thought the BKS-produced record was serious, just wait until the second verse kicks in. I certainly hope that when Blaison tours, he performs Roulette with a live marching band. (Can we make this happen, Blais?) You will soon be able to own this song as part of his Blaison’s One Shot Deal EP. Something tells us that the odds are tilted in his favor.

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