Scolla - Foolin’

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
The Legendary Atone
Album:
Smoke Great Vol. 3

When selecting someone to spend forever with, it’s not always easy to distinguish the serious prospects from those who are simply out to play with your emotions. Motown phenom Scolla recently got burned by one of the latter specimens, and on his latest feature he expresses his wounded pride and incredulity in the words of Quincy Jones: “If you’re Foolin, only foolin, all I ask is why.” A smooth sample from the soul man’s If I Ever Lose This Heaven, as flipped by The Legendary Atone, sets the mood as the reader fave ruefully reflects on his romantic history, even considering swearing off women (besides Mary Jane) altogether. This low-key banger is just one of many fresh cuts to be found on Atone and Dr. Kenobie‘s Smoke Great Vol. 3 compilation, released to the ‘net on Friday.

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