Casey Veggies - F**k Witchu

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
TerrEnce Clayton
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Thus far in the lead-up to his latest digital full-length, Casey Veggies has yet to release a single song off the project—which tells me that the man is either extremely absent-minded, or extremely confident in his product. With the set only one day away, the Los Angeles representative has finally seen fit to give listeners a taste of what’s to come. The ideal soundtrack for a leisurely drive through the city streets, F**k Witchu finds Veggies lacing a slow-rolling TerrEnce Clayton beat with lazily-drawled lyrical snapshots of his paper chase. For this self-assured jam and much more, check out Life Changes when it drops digitally on Tuesday, December 22.

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