Freeway ft. James Blunt - When I Die

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Freeway
Producer:
Oddz.N.Endz
Album:
Month of Madness Series (Day 26)

As Freeway gets ready to close out his Month of Madness series, he decides to employ the same strategy that worked so well on his two albums, Philadelphia Freeway and Free At Last: get personal towards the end.  For day 26, he spits another version of his autobiography in three chapter-verses, reminiscing on his early life in the Philadelphia streets, his time with the Roc-A-Fella dynasty, and the global happenings throughout that time, knowing that, When I Die, he’ll be ready.  To surround his straight-from-the-heart rhymes, Free picks up a smooth piano loop from Oddz.N.Endz, who use a sample from Mr. You’re Beautiful himself, James Blunt.  We’ve now seen how Freeway plans to bring his series to a close – will K. Sparks and Theo choose to take a similar path?

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