Tuki Carter (of Hollyweerd) ft. Young Scolla - Welcome to My World

Posted 5 years ago
Operation ADD

Tuki Carter lives on one smooth, swag-drenched planet, if new single Welcome to My World is an accurate reflection of his daily milieu. Here, Operation ADD‘s jazzy sample work sets the mood for suave braggadocio from the Hollyweerd member, as well as from Motown-repping guest (and DJBooth fave) Young Scolla. Those who like what they’re hearing can purchase Scolla’s Seconds Away now via iTunes or Bandcamp, as well as keeping it locked for the latest on Carter’s October-bound Atlantafornication LP.

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