- Artist: G-Side
- Track: Nat Geo
- Producer: Block Beattaz & Basmo Family
- Album: The One...Cohesive
First things first: did anyone else peep the title of G-Side's current single, and immediately imagine how dope it would be to hear someone flip a sample of the orchestral theme from that old Nat Geo PBS series? Uh, maybe that was just me. In actuality, the Alabama up-and-comer's current single has less to do with the long-running magazine and its various offshoots than with his own fantasies of global superstardom. On this pensive motivational jam, the exotic percussion and spacey synths of Block Beattaz and Basmo Family serve as the backdrop for the hungry Huntsville repper's daydreams of the fast life: “Actin' like a n*gga that ain't ever had sh*t, now I'm travelin' – National Geographic. / And lookin' down at Earth from this airplane, you can see what God made and you can see what man made.” Oslo, Norway singer/songwriter Chris Lee handles guest duties, building upon the headliner's lofty theme in his soaring chorus. So, readers, think G-Side has what it takes to go global? If you're leaning towards the affirmative, you can find more fresh new material on the artist's The One...Cohesive mixtape, out now online.
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