Cris Cab ft. The Green - The Fire

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Brent Paschke, Cris Cab, PJ McGinnis [for Personal Joints]
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Unfortunately, my furnace broke, so desperate for a way to keep warm, I opened up my fireplace for the first time. Needless to say I could not get a fire going. Thankfully, Chris Cab is now providing heat with The Fire. The new promo single from the Miami native will make cold December nights feel like a beach party. Brent Paschke, Cris Cab, and PJ McGinnis craft this reggae inspired beat which are set off nicely by Cab’s poppy, laid back vocals. If Cab’s carefree performance isn’t enough to melt away your troubles, then surely The Green’s rap/reggae spot will have you trading in winter jackets for bathing suits. The Fire is no slotted to appear on any larger projects, but Cab recently dropped his RISE EP, which is available via iTunes.

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