Sulaiman - F**k Everything

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Sulaiman
Album:
Planet Earth

Now that we are nearing the end of the work week, with Friday only a day away, you might find yourself saying “f**k it” and checking out for the week. If it’s been a really long week, you might be like Sulaiman and just say F**k Everything. While the title of the Treated Crew member’s latest offering might lead you to believe that he has stopped caring and putting effort into his music, then you would be mistaken. Despite the apathetic title, the Chicago emcee still brings it. On F**k Everything, Sulaiman’s weapon of choice is a left of center flow that echoes over 8-bit inspired, wobbly production (crafted by Suliaman himself) that sounds like it belongs in the castle levels of Mario. Despite the slow pace of the beat, Suliaman is sure to impress with some slick, gritty wordplay. If you f**k with everything anything regarding this tune, be sure to check out his Planet Earth project, coming soon.

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