It’s something about this track and holidays that Killa Kyleon really likes. Not that I can blame him, it’s soulful, easy on the ears and cookout friendly. While the mp3 was released around Memorial Day, Killa revives the track with the visual just in time for Labor Day. Donning the fully body Dickies suit, Kyleon brings to life the routine many who listen to the music for inspiration portray on a daily basis. That’s making ends meet one way or another now with the hopes a brighter future lies ahead. And when reality gets to be a tad too stressful at times, hitting the bar can be the most therapeutic move of the entire work week.
I’ve yet to see the official tracklist, but hopefully this lands on Candy Plates And Texas Plates 2, set to drop this Thursday.
Bonus: Two for the click of one. Mr. Run It verbally exercises over Jeezy and Weezy’s stuntastic summer street banger and nearly kills a man in the process.