D.Prince ft. Johny Blue - Never

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Ibra-Heem
Album:
The Black Sinatra EP

Pigs flying, Waka Flocka winning a Nobel Peace Prize, D.Prince hanging up the mic… what do all these scenarios have in common? Simple: they’re Never gonna happen. On his latest single, a Booth-exclusive world premiere, the Long Island repper whose name I bolded in that last sentence lets fans know just how determined he is to carve out a profitable niche in the hip-hop game. Ibra-Heem‘s moody, keyboard-led grooves accompany the artist as he charts his growth from a youngin with big dreams into a budding underground phenom, and reflects on the road ahead. Johny Blue‘s tuneful guest vocals round out the package. D.Prince’s Black Sinatra EP currently lacks a drop date, but we’ll keep you posted on the set as further details emerge.

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