Curtis Williams – “March 14th”

blame it on Meka December 10, 2015

Atlanta collective Two-9 is wrapping up a rather impressive 2015. Following their alignment with Mike WiLL Made It’s Ear Drummer Records, the group has toured around the country, released a series of EPs (in August, in September, and in October) and has ultimately raised their profile significantly. As the year ends, member Curtis Williams drops off a loose offering in the form of “March 14th.”

A hookless banger, Curtis recaps his career thus far over some ethereal production provided by the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League. That’s the good news; the bad news is that there is a lengthy instrumental at the end, which is a virtual invite for all struggle rappers to imbibe. Needless to say, send those submissions to Patrick.