Pusher Deville ft. Layzie Bone - Runnin Out of Time

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Shaphan Maestro Williams
Album:
Fred Sanford EP

Since independent artist Pusher Deville released his underground debut What It’s About Here in 2000, little-to-nothing has been heard from the MC.  However, 2007 was the metro Atlanta native’s comeback year; he collaborated with the Youngbloodz’ Sean P and later introduced the Fred Sanford dance.  While some Northerners would say that a dance song is a career killer, Pusher is out to prove them wrong on his EP’s new single, Runnin’ Out Of Time, by bringing in legendary Bone Thug alum, Layzie Bone.  Off the Fred Sanford EP, Pusher delivers a stirring and deep account of the many daily struggles of living on the streets.  This one will bump through car speakers from College Park, Atlanta, all the way to Cleveland, Ohio.

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