Sean C & LV ft. Prodigy, Bun B, CharlieRED & Remy Banks - Where’s Your Leader?

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With the myriad troubles facing the world today, we could use a Martin Luther King, Jr. or a Nelson Mandela to take charge and steer us toward a brighter tomorrow. On the lead single off their forthcoming full-length, veteran producers Sean C and LV pose a rhetorical question to all those who say they want change: “Where’s Your Leader?” A few prominent rhymesayers answer their call; Mobb Deep veteran Prodigy, UGK alumnus Bun B and World’s Fair member Remy Banks each jump on the headliner’s street-ready instrumental to spit hard-hitting, contemplative guest 16s. CharlieRED frontman Rocki Evans (who will now go by his birth name, Chauncy Sherod) rounds out the lineup, imbuing the chorus with his ragged brand of soul. After listening to this jam, are you ready to follow wherever Sean C & LV may lead? Then watch our pages leading up to their Loud Dreams Vol. 1 LP, presented by Play Cloths and scheduled to drop March 25.

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