Dijon SAMO ft. Chris O’ Bannon - Supposed to Go

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Chris O'Bannon
Album:
Life, As We Know It

When Dijon SAMO takes over the hip-hop game, it won’t simply be a matter of chance. On his latest single, the follow-up to early October’s All Nite, the B.K. native formerly known as LaVish makes clear that he’s been destined for greatness from the get-go: “God don’t make mistakes, n**ga, this is how it’s Supposed to Go.” In addition to providing an intricate, keyboard-led beat to back the headliner’s bars, Chris O’Bannon steps out from behind the boards to deliver an ambitious guest 16. Think SAMO’s got what it takes to make it to the very top of the hip-hop game? Those leaning toward the affirmative won’t want to miss the rest of the dope material to be found on his Life, as We Know It mixtape, scheduled for digital release November 21.

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