<em>"Ain't nothin' to it."</em>
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Remember those b-words all through school who would spend all day smoking and then still get better grades than nearly everyone.
Let's count our blessings because we've had a marvelous week of music.
It's Spree Wilson, GoDreamer and a Ghost Town DJ's "My Boo" sample (<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2012/10/spree-wilson-right-one-wrong-time" target="_blank">again</a>).
Yup, Spree Wilson's new single "Right One | Wrong Time" is definitely a dance song.
Go Dreamer is really off orbiting in his own alternate universe, and that is perfectly wonderful for us.
The Flush are quite versatile behind the boards.
When <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2012/10/big-boi-mama-told-me">the Kelly Rowland version</a> of Big Boi's "Mama Told Me" released, the overwhelming question was "where the hell did Little Dragon go.
By now, you should know ATL production squads The Flush & SMKA have teamed up to deliver their annual Stankonia Sessions mixtape.
With the quickly approaching December 11 release of Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors, Def Jam's promotion machine is about to go into overdrive starting with the video for Big Boi and Kelly Rowland's lead single, "Mama Told Me.
You never know when the ever-elusive Grip Plyaz is going to pop up, but when he does, it sure is celebrated.
Southern hospitality is alive and well at Stankonia studios in Atlanta, GA.
Every year, while fans are out flocking at the Masquerade to catch their favorite up-and-coming rappers, The Flush and SMKA invite a select few emcees back to the legendary Stankonia studios to help put together their annual Stankonia Sessions: The A3C Edition tape.
Over the years, A3C has not only become a staple in the hip-hop community, but a one-of-kind, interactive experience that helps further the culture on numerous levels.
Before offering personal insight, let's allow Spree the opportunity to speak on the inspiration behind his new record "Right One|Wrong Time.