Red Cafe ft. Young Jeezy - Champagne for the Pain

Posted 3 years ago
Tags: Red Cafe , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Poston Beats
Album:
American Psycho

When Red Cafe suffers from aches and pain, he doesn’t pop an Advil; he pops a bottle of bubbly. Then he makes love to a beautiful woman and buys something expensive, because why the hell not? On Champagne for the Pain, a freshly-released cut off his forthcoming free album, the BK street mainstay demonstrates how a real G responds to minor physical discomfort. Poston Beats sets the appropriate mood for a high-rolling street banger, layering springy synths over a bass-booming rhythm section as Cafe and trapper extraordinaire Young Jeezy chronicle an epic evening of debauchery. Are you gonna flip this one on in your ride next time you hit the town? If you answer in the affirmative, you can expect more bangers where this came from on free album American Psycho, scheduled for digital release in the near future.

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