Marion Write ft. M Wonder - Material Chicks

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

This one goes out to all Marion Write‘s Material Chicks. Though single females addicted to retail get a bad rap in hip-hop, the Vegas representative isn’t mad at ‘em—in fact, he’s got a lot of respect for a woman who works nine-to-five to look picture-perfect 24/7, even if that means giving up most of her paycheck. Making its world premiere in the Booth, the latest entry in Write’s weekly series of pre-album singles sees beat crew The Avengers serving up a glittering, piano-led live-band backdrop for bars chronicling the artist’s efforts to romance one such couture-clad bombshell. Guest vocalist M Wonder tops the record off with an appropriately luxuriant hook. Keep it locked to the Booth for another fresh song release each Tuesday leading up to the as yet unscheduled arrival of To Love and Conquer.

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