Consequence ft. John Legend - Why Do I Even Go Home

Posted 4 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
The Audible Doctor
Album:
Movies On Demand 4

Having someone to come home to (or “get up from your desk to,” in my case) after a long day’s work is one of the greatest feelings in the world… except for when it f**king sucks. Fresh off earning reader acclaim for the Wax-assisted Lost My Marbles, Consequence returns with a brand new mixtape single describing the uniquely awful experience of knowing that an angry diatribe—or, worse, a cold shoulder—awaits the moment you walk in the door. Big Apple rapper/producer The Audible Doctor captures Con’s signature sound on the production tip, crafting a smooth, sampled backdrop for the emcee’s romantically frustrated bars, and former G.O.O.D. labelmate John Legend lends a silky touch to the chorus. Movies on Demand 4 is set to hit the ‘net in the near future, and listeners can expect plenty more Legend where this came from on G.O.O.D. Music‘s Cruel Summer album, due out September 18.

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