Persyce ft. Redd Simpkins & Irv Da Phenom - Going Going Gone

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Did somebody say that 4/20 is almost here? No need to inform Persyce, Redd Simpkins, nor Irv Da PHENOM!. To get you and yours ready for the ganja festivities, we are proud to premiere Orlando artist and producer Persyce‘s DJBooth debut, Going Going Gone. The single uses an outer space synth melody as the backdrop for the headliner’s half sung-half rapped verse and Bone Thugs-esque hook. While Redd relishes in his pocket vape and getting blasted in public without a judging eye, Irv speaks on an annoyance that smokers around the world suffer from. Don’t worry, Irv, we feel your conflicting pain of constantly losing lighters to your friends. Some things just don’t change. When Persyce isn’t working with other artists like 24-7, Nino Blu, or Cash Money’s Caskey, or wrapping up his new album, The Coffee & Kush Lounge, you can catch him performing at any number of clubs in Florida like The Haven or Tabu. Lighters up, if you got em!

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