Fly Union ft. Lolah Brown - Get Paid

Posted 2 years ago
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Iye (of Fly Union)

Last week, Fly Union stepped into the Booth with their first feature of the new year, the reader-approved Hustle. Now, the Ohio hip-hop trio is back to build on that cut’s success with another freshly-minted promo single. While Jerreau is the sole FU member to rock the mic on Get Paid, Iye assists behind the boards, cooking up a smooth staccato-synth beat to accompany his crewmate’s confident commentary on the paper chase. History singer-songwriter Lolah Brown ties the record together with a smooth guest hook. This high-rolling jam is just a loosie, but the crew will soon be announcing a drop date for its next project, Small Victories. As always, we in the Booth will keep you posted.

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