GemStones ft. Chu Chu - Unappreciated

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Omen
Album:
Troubles of the World

FNF lieutenant-in-charge GemStones continues to step out on his own with Unappreciated. With the release of this Gnarls Barkley-esque he-say/she-say track, produced by Omen, the Southside Chicago talent hopes to generate the same buzz he saw from his introductory single, We On, featuring Lupe Fiasco.  Representing the other side of the song’s lovers’ quarrel, female singer Chu Chu easily holds her own against Stones’s double-time rapping. With this display of creativity and insight, the rapper formally known as Gemini should have no problem convincing fans to check out his forthcoming debut, Troubles of the World, due out the first quarter of 2009.

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