Marion Write ft. FAME & Don Mega - Allrite

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
S.B.
Album:
To Love And Conquer

With the release of his next studio album just around the corner, Marion Write is back to keep his hungry fanbase fed with another fresh record off the project. On new song release Allrite, the Las Vegas representative gives fans a little insight into his current mindstate. Backed by S.B.‘s buzzing synths and reverb-drenched percussion, he revels in the recognition that makes his overtime grind worthwhile, as well as taking the opportunity to talk up his fly wardrobe. Fellow Sin City natives FAME and Don Mega assist on the guest tip, the latter letting us in on an ingenious method of telling true friends from the ersatz: “Crack a bad joke / The first n**ga that laugh is hella fake / Biden laugh.” Like what you’re hearing? There’s plenty more where this came from on To Love and Conquer, scheduled for digital release next Tuesday, October 23.

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