Deadstock find! This came out just around the same time as "Tried by 12." People were always getting the beats confused. Both had that off-thought sound that was so different from what was going on at the time. At the same time, Flush was finally getting away from under the umbrella of Mic Geronimo, and making a name for himself. He always reminded me a little of a Jr. Ghostface with cheese or something. I never thought I'd see this single available again, but here it is. Lock it into the classic beats section, cause it just smells like that. Flush's delivery rides over LES' squeakings like knife to gut: "Some nights I wake out my sleep blastin/ go get some water for my aspirin/ my life... gold chains, guns, and cashin." Mine too. Instrumental and acapella included.
- music label: Blunt Recordings 1996
reviewed by the mgmnt 07/2015