Marion Write - I’d Rather Be With You, Yesterday

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
The Avengers
Album:
To Love And Conquer

On August’s PRAY, a street-oriented cut intended to put the fear of God into the Vegas rhymesayer’s adversaries, Marion Write gave us a foretaste of the “Conquer” half of his forthcoming street album. Now for the “Love.” The latest in a series of weekly releases leading up to the set’s arrival, I’d Rather Be With You, Yesterday finds the Sin City rhymesayer sifting through memories of a relationship cut tragically short. Over The Avengers’ sampling of Bootsy Collins’ I’d Rather be With You, the Booth fave admits that he still thinks constantly about the woman in question, but insists, “No pain, I gave it all to God like Jesus” Fans will be able to find this poignant banger and much more on Write’s To Love and Conquer LP, scheduled for digital release October 23. In the meantime, watch for Marion to release a brand new record off the project each Tuesday leading up to the set’s arrival.

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