Nick Pratt - The Dark

Posted 3 years ago
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Fresh off celebrating the joys of heavy drinking on last week’s Tequila & Sangria, a Booth-premiered singe off his forthcoming EP, Lone Star State rhymesayer Nick Pratt is back with a follow-up dedicated to another of life’s guilty pleasures: cheating. (OK, there’s a little alcohol involved as well.) On The Dark, Pratt recounts several recent trysts that took place behind his steady girl’s back. A mellow synth beat by Cassius G. undergirds his bars. Has this low-key narrative jam left you craving more? You’ll find what you seek on The Badu Sessions, set to hit our homepage next Monday (4/15) for free digital download.

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