Consequence ft. Chazo - How You Gon Be Broke In The Rap Game?

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
The Produce Section & Consequence
Album:
Movies On Demand 4

How You Gon Be Broke in the Rap Game? If you’re familiar with Nathan S.“Your Favorite Rapper Is Poor“ series over on RefinedHype, you know that the answer is “Really f**king easily.” For the rest, though, Consequence‘s latest feature should be just the thing to dispel the illusion of luxury and easy living that the rap game has cultivated in recent years. Over a smooth, Chipmunk-soul beat co-produced by Cons along with The Produce Section the emcee reminds us just how tough it is to make it to the upper echelon—and once you’ve arrived, how easy it is to squander your fortune and destroy your career through recklessness and complacency. Chazo guests, driving the record’s message home in his spoken hook and sung bridge. Featuring this cut, the John Legend-assisted Why Do I Even Go Home and more, Movies on Demand 4 is set to drop at an as yet undetermined date via the artist’s own Band Camp Records.

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