Buck Marley and Glasses Malone link up to get gutter.
Not particularity a block banger or hood anthem per se, but an essential song to help run the streets in the springtime. Over the breezy whistle, jazzy guitar and rasta-sounding bassline, these two concrete veterans share their detailed stories of poverty’s paradise. Even with the familiar theme, it’s not your typical delivery, which is welcomed.
Buck’s hook is on point, too, even if does sound reminiscent of a certain Scott Storch-produced single from Beg For Mercy.