Unavailable on iTunes or Amazon, the lack of promotion behind The Roots’ last single has been an injustice to the fans worldwide, to say the least. Though, Jimmy Fallon has insured job security of some sorts, the people need that LRC in their life all the same.
The current industry standard teaches us not to give a fuck if a piece of music doesn’t sell seven figures in the week of its release or get multiple spins in 45 minute block on the radio. The Roots have always taught us Hip-Hop exceeds the traditional boundaries of chorus, beat + flash. That’s got to count for something right?