Blu & Exile ft. Homeboy Sandman & MC ADaD - The Great Escape

Posted about 4 years ago
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Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them

After releasing their acclaimed single, A Man earlier this summer, Blu and Exile are back with their latest release, The Great Escape. A standout selection off of their recently released project, Give Me Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them, Escape features yet another dopely soulful beat from Exile himself. On the mic, the producer/emcee duo are joined by guests Homeboy Sandman and MC ADaD, who take turns displaying their lyrical prowess, highlighted by lines like, “Can you take a vacation from struggling everyday, through the hurt and humiliation, moldering through the mass of these everyday irritations.” For more hip-hop to help you escape the everyday monotony, pick up a copy of Blu and Exile’s new album, Give Me Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them, out now via FatBeats.

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