Truck North - Bring Me Back

Posted 4 years ago
Tags: Truck North
Producer:
Khrysis
Album:
Untitled EP (w/ Khrysis)

Once you’ve acquired a taste for the street life, it’s hard to resist its siren song. Just ask Truck North, who laments the trap’s magnetic pull on Bring Me Back, leak numero uno off his forthcoming collaborative EP with Khrysis. One of several cuts created during an all-night, Natty Light-fueled recording session, this cut finds the Carolina beatsmith looping a Chipmunked soul sample as the Philly spitter illuminates the dangerous allure of the hustle. Feeling it? Then stay tuned for the latest details on the emcee-producer duo’s forthcoming collaborative EP, which has yet to receive either a title or a release date.

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