VVS Verbal ft. Guappy & General Steele - So Soulful

Posted 3 years ago
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Producer:
Joneszilla
Album:
Soul Food Shack

You can never go wrong with a little soul and Brooklyn spitter VVS Verbal fully takes advantage of that philosophy on his The DJBooth debut and Soul Food Shack stand out selection So Soulful. With a Twitter profile that reads, “Itz all facts with a message,” it should come as no surprise that So Soulful is an authentically genuine cut which finds the rhymesayer and fellow emcee’s Guappy and General Steele dropping bars on everything from the daily grind to family life. Driven by what sounds like a sample from the iconic Al Green, producer Joneszilla laces So Soulful a heavy dose of ... well… soul. If the Brooklyn native’s eclectic mix of hip-hop and soul has sparked your musical curiosity then be sure to check out his new album Soul Food Shack, which is available for free download.

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