Smash Brovaz - Paper Planes

Posted 3 years ago
Big Pops

Some think the root of all evil is money, others that the root of all evil is actually a lack of money. Whichever way you look at it, hip hop’s always delved into the financial struggles overcome by rappers; everyone loves a zero-to-hero story. In this feature we have the latest chapter in that often-explored story courtesy of Smash Brovaz (comprised of CROOKLiN and Junia-T), titled Paper Planes. Produced by Big Pops, Paper Planes features a head-nodding and scratchy beat that paves the runway for both emcees to lyrically take flight as they discuss the hustle that keeps them moving. Along with the previously featured Kitchen, Paper Planes will appear on their latest project, Think It’s A Game, set to drop December 13, via The DJBooth. So whether you’re riding in an S-Class or a Tercel, press play and appreciate the story told by SB; it may even encourage you to keep hustling.

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