Rapper Big Pooh ft. BJ the Chicago Kid - Last Dance

Posted one year ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Praise
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Plenty of people say you should live every day like you’re going to die tomorrow; Rapper Big Pooh actually walks the walk. The result? As we learn on Last Dance, the North Carolina mainstay is happy and fulfilled, but his financial situation is volatile, to say the least. Over Praise‘s staggered samples, the Little Brother alumnus rhymes about his easy-come, easy-go outlook on everything in life, currency included, and the clarity that comes with being down and out. BJ The Chicago Kid lends his ever-impressive vocals to the record’s hook. Dance is unattached to any larger set but, rest assured, we’ll keep you posted on Pooh’s plans as further details emerge.

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