Any true leaf blower will tell you “4:20” is simply another day. That’s for the “commercial” smokers, if you will. For that exact reason, Blake Kelly dropped off his latest tape, Forest Fires, the next day, April 21. It comprised of a collection of songs he had been recording since his last project, Higher Education. One of the standout tracks was his collaboration with fellow start up Dave Coresh for “So High Pt. 2.”
Backed by a melodic production from Ya Money (and the influence of Mary Jane), Kelly takes a lyrical ride as he progresses on his career thus far – filled with co-eds, music and kush. Flying in from the Midwest, Coresh explains what life is like around his neck of the woods. And if recent events have explained, it’s nothing nice.
So if drug tests are the furthest thing from your mind, and an everyday love affair with Mary is your thing, take a hit (or three). Then hit play.[audio:http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2010/04/08.-so-high-pt.-2-feat.-dave-coresh.mp3%5D
Download — Blake Kelly – “Forest Fires”
Also, Coresh recently unleashed the latest visual from Formal Introduction, “Breathe,” directed by Fly Kite.