CunninLynguists ft. MURS & Grieves - Drunk Dial

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Even CunninLynguists like Deacon the Villian, Kno and Natti can do some not-so-cunning things after a drink or six. Like blacking out at a strip club and ending up in the drunk tank, or accidentally texting d*ck pics to your homie (Which is still better than what would have happened if they’d reached their intended recipient, your ex.) On Drunk Dial, the fifth single off their next studio album, the Kentucky underground mainstays link up with Grieves (fresh off the release of his Winter and the Wolves LP) and new Strange Music signee MURS to illustrate the dangers of acute intoxication. The moral of the story? “Whiskey and a cell phone ain’t never gonna be your friend.” Produced by the ‘lynguists’ own Kno, this is one of many bangers to be found on Strange Journey (Volume Three), due out Tuesday, April 1.

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