STS - The Heavy

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Bear One
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STS - otherwise known as Sugar Tongue Slim - seems like a bit of a misnomer. The first ‘S’ should stand for “sharp” or “silver” because those words are a more accurate description of what Slim’s tongue brings to the table as an emcee. Prepping for the release of his forthcoming mixtape, Gold Rush 3, listeners are treated to a two-for special in the form of a new song called Heavy and accompanying Daniel “Danny Cam” Gallardo-directed visuals. Mixing candid shots of STS and his crew sitting around a table with laptops aglow and concert footage from Hamburg, Germany, we watch the Philly native deliver his cheeky wordplay delivered with prowess and style over a Bear One-produced track. There is no word on when Gold Rush 3 will drop, but you’ll hear it from us first when it does.

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