MaG ft. 6th Sense & Zack Berkman - Rich and Famous (Remix)

Posted 6 years ago
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Producer:
G.C.
Album:
I Ain't Goin' Back to Retail (Bonus Track)

Unlike some liars who might say they want world peace or an end to global warming, Bronx bomber MaG is honest about what he desires in life: fame and money. On the remix to the aptly named single Rich and Famous, MaG is joined by Booth favorite 6th Sense, who proves once again that he’s as comfortable in front of the mic as behind the boards (production duties were handled by G.C.). Never one to be outdone, MaG’s flow is still deceptively complex, coming in a smooth flow that takes a few listens to truly soak in: “Now they adore me, before me, a flicker to the flame.” With all that said, my favorite part of the track is still the soulful/haunting hook from Zack Berkman. Wherever your personal tastes may lay, there’s more than enough on Rich and Famous for any serious hip-hop lover to dig into. Rich and Famous (Remix) is a bonus track off MaG’s recently released I Ain’t Goin Back to Retail project, available for download now.

Download I Ain’t Goin’ Back to Retail at RefinedHype.com!

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