Naledge ft. Add-2 & Fooch - Forever’s Too Long

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Hezekiah
Album:
Brain Power

In a famous Greek myth, King Sisyphus of Ephyra was condemned by the gods to roll a massive boulder to the top of a hill, watch it roll to the bottom and then start all over again… for all eternity. While Naledge‘s hustle doesn’t involve quite as much heavy lifting, the Chi-Town mainstay can relate to his plight. On new solo single Forever Is Too Long, the Kidz in the Hall rhymesayer vividly evokes the frustration of grinding day-in and day-out for a big break always sparkling on the horizon. Fellow Windy City representatives Add-2 and Fooch echo the headliner’s sentiments on the guest tip. Fans will be able to find this record, February’s Life in a Corona and much more on Naledge’s Brain Power LP, scheduled for release this June.

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