Saigon ft. Just Blaze - Gotta Believe It

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Saigon , Indie
Featuring:
Producer:
Just Blaze
Album:
The Greatest Story Never Told

Whether you want to Believe It or not, rapper Saigon will actually drop his long-long-long-awaited debut album, The Greatest Story Never Told, sometime before the end of this decade.  In an official announcement via mentor and producer Just Blaze’s blog, Atlantic Records has allowed Sai to take all of his master recordings with him and find a new deal elsewhere.  Yup, you read that right… all of his masters and nicely shown the door.  In celebration of his release—that is, the kind without the physical CD in stores, Blaze has leaked a brand new Saigon track, entitled Believe It.  The song, which features Auto-Tune (T-Pain, eat your heart out) and production from none other than Blaze, is an ode to rising to the top and never selling yourself short when it comes to achieving dreams.  Hopefully, Saigon’s dream will one day come true.

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