GLC - Leavin’ Feelins Hurt

Posted 3 years ago
Mr E
Silence Of The Lames

If you don’t know Gangsta Legendary Crisis, better known by his acronym GLC, then you need to brush up on the history of hip hop. The former G.O.O.D. Music signee turned indie general has released a new single off of his forthcoming mixtape, Silence of the Lames, titled Leavin’ Feelings Hurt. Producer Mr. E does work behind the boards to give the track a futuristic synth foundation, while the Chicago native offers up braggadocio tough talk about his status in the game and leaving those under him (aka everyone) hurt and unsure of themselves. In other words, exactly what fans have come to expect and love from GLC. Silence of the Lames is due out this Friday, December 14. Church!

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