G-Side - Forever

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Block Beattaz
Album:
Gz to Godz

Like all good houseguests, ST 2 Lettaz and Yung Clova of G-Side are careful never to overstay their welcome. As far as the Booth is concerned, though, the point is basically moot; good music is always welcome on our pages, so you can expect them to stick around roughly… Forever. The duo’s first feature since a 2012 breakup and subsequent reunion, this cut comes backed by the buoyant street boardwork of in-house production crew Block Beattaz. Over their dreamy strings and trap-informed percussion, the Alabaman partners-in-rhyme wax poetic about the Earthly paradise they inhabit, now that their musical hustle is beginning to pay off. Fans will be able to find Forever and many more bangers on G-Side’s Gz to Godz LP, dropping independently via Slow Motion Soundz at the top of 2014.

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