Bohagon ft. Mario & Rock City - Born 2 Lose (Ohh)

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Bohagon , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Arnaz "Nazty One" Smith
Album:
Who Am I

UPDATE: “Born 2 Lose” is no longer available to stream.

From Atlanta to Baltimore to the Virgin Islands and everywhere in between, the streets are a place where it takes an abundance of hard work and a bit of luck to succeed.  Although rapper Bohagon feels he was Born 2 Lose, the Black Cartel/Georgia Durt representa’ is nonetheless determined to become a winner in this industry.  Feeling a similar determination is singer Mario (released Go! after over a year of delays), and multi-talented duo Rock City (looking for the perfect radio single to push their debut), who both show willpower in their contributions.  Along with a beat from producer The Nazty One, Born 2 Lose (Ohh) helps Bohagon flipt the script and instead live to win.

Bohagon Mario R. City Club

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