Snipes ft. Promise TMG, TNT & Yung Phil - Steppin Out

Posted 4 years ago
Tags: Snipes , Downloads
Producer:
Antonio Motley (Nu Session Band)
Album:
Economic Development

If you want to experience the Memphis nightlife, you could hardly ask for a better escort than Snipes.  This freshly-minted single, the artist’s first since April’s 19 on My Nina, finds him Steppin’ Out to show a special girl what his hometown has to offer. Antonio Motley and his Nu Session Band deliver a lightly-funky instrumental backdrop for the artist’s smooth and solicitous bars, even capping their instrumental off with a climactic guitar solo. River City neighbors Promise TMG and TNT prove no less eager to please on the guest tip, each tempting listeners with his own narrative of a perfect night out, and Crown Holdaz affiliate Yung Phil completes the picture with a luxuriant sung hook. Feeling it? Then don’t miss the rest of the dope material slated for inclusion on Snipes’ Economic Development LP, scheduled for release January 1, 2013.

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