Ca$his & Carlito - Ain’t No Tellin’

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
Omega Productions
Album:
The Usual Suspects Mixtape (Vlume 1)

With big names like Dr. Dre, Eminem, and DJ Khaled as major league co-signers, it’s no surprise that Chicago’s Southside superhero, Ca$his, and the New Jersey devil, Carlito, have linked up to combine their musical superpowers. Eager to right the game’s wrongs, these battle specialists-turned-solo emcees have hooked up on bad guys’ anthem, Ain’t No Tellin’, off their DJ Vlad-hosted, pre-holiday mixtape, The Usual Suspects, Volume 1.  Supplied with the perfect “doomsday” beat by Omega Productions, the two antiheroes let loose on the streets while doing their best Lex Luthor/Superman impressions. Though Ain’t No Tellin’ might attract the likes of Dre and Em for a possible remix, this Injustice Gang has yet to take their superfriends to task.

Ca$his & Carlito

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