"Go Hard" first saw the light of day as a rough draft, clean version way back in 2009 when Sean Born first anticipated the coming "Behind The Scales" project. Two years later, the album is ready and the original track is back in it's full uncensored glory. Behind it all Kev Brown layers piano keys, drawn out horns, snares that stick, and the dusty static of spinning vinyl.
"It's Born baby, I'm back, back on that real shit, I'm back G and I pack, trappin' it real sick, I'm back baby, I'm back, back on that ill shit, y'all rap ni&&as is wack, rappin that bullshit"
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