JSWISS ft. Noelle Leader - Stars

Posted 4 years ago
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Foolery (of Kooley High)
Out of State Intuition 2: Leave Me A Loan

Previously heard rhyming alongside Kooley High‘s Tab One on last summer’s reader-acclaimed Heat, JSWISS returns to our pages with single numero dos off his next street album. On Stars, Foolery (another Kooley High member) serves up a head-noddable, guitar-driven beat as the First in Flight State rhymesayer looks forward to his bright future in the game. R&B singer and fellow UNC student Noelle Leader accompanies SWISS on the chorus. For more, check out Out of State Intuition 2: Leave Me a Loan when it hits the ‘net next Monday, April 30.

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