The latest release from Vaughaligan Walwyn isn’t a banger. In fact, it’s far from. Instead, this sentimental track from the versatile Houston pastor-turned-rapper and Scarface is more of an album send-off than a single.
Centered around the concept of dealing after death, both the track and video deliver welcomed all-around substance from these two truth speakers, leaving a lasting impression we don’t hear very often anymore.
To hear more enlightened rap tracks from Vaughaligan (is there an abbreviated version of that?), check out his upcoming project Grace Still Abides, which features Lil Keke, Big Pokey, Baby Bash, Propain, Paul Wall, Lil Flip, Mike Jones, Bun B and Z-Ro, due out April 8th on iTunes.