Spree Wilson - No Use in Running

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
Spree Wilson
Album:
The Never Ending Now

Ahh, it’s finally starting to feel like spring. The dogwoods are blooming, girls are looking better and better (Ugg season is over, throw them where I don’t have to see them), and Spree Wilson is throwing down some incredibly catchy warm-season tracks. With No Use in Running, Spree does it all on the single: smooth melody, quick rap bars, impressive boardwork. Oh yeah, and he’s also the man running the guitar (yeah, that’s him). There’s a lot to be said about a Renaissance Man who can harmonize his talents into music such as this, but the music itself will say it better than I ever could. If you weren’t a fan of Wilson before, which is ridiculous, you should be after checking this song out. While his latest free online project The Never Ending Now is only a week away from dropping on April 12, step your game up and check out the rest of his work (Everything I Own, Love You Better, etc.) on the site that brings you the best of the best - DJBooth.net.

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