Polyester the Saint ft. Dom Kennedy - Players Anonymous (Remix)

Posted 2 years ago
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For the Player in You

Hello everyone. My name is Richard, and I’m a player. OK, OK, I seriously doubt I can compete with Polyester The Saint in the womanizing department, but I figured that would be the appropriate lead-in to the official remix of single Players Anyonymous. Whereas the non-featured original saw Polyester leading the support group all by his lonesome, this rendition packs guest bars from another musically-gifted skirt-chaser; West Coast mainstay Dom Kennedy jumps on the headliner’s own laid-back beat to spit the opening verse. Fans can find the album version of Players Anonymous and much more on Polyester’s For the Player in You LP, available now on iTunes.

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