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Martin $ky, “Elevators”

Elevator music is boring, but rap songs with the word “elevator” in their names tend to come out dope. Ever notice that? Anyway. Chicago’s Martin Sky continues the trend with well-grounded lyrics over a soaring beat with dirty snares.

posted: October 9th, 2012, 2:56pm



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