E-A-Ski just dropped some new heat with former Aftermath artist Jon Connor.
The two joined forces on “Reflect Music” to give us not only a dope song, but a video to go with it as well. E-A-Ski produced a monumental track to allow both artists to flow perfectly over.
Jon Connor kicked things off with dope lines like, “Let me take you back to a time when rappers would pattern lines after they lives / and strategize how to move through these rooms with suit and ties / before computers intruded and started confusing truth and lies / before they be viewed as a coon they would rather lose they life..”
The almighty E-A-Ski joins in on the second verse, and gets straight to the point spitting a verse aimed at rappers who use, “You’re favorite rapper’s a bitch, hiding behind subliminals and his content / don’t he know after them bars comes the violence? / Then come the silence, the funerals, then what happen? / mixing hip-hop with the streets is collateral damage / Is it worth getting a buzz and a few likes / and some followers, following you to your grave site?..” Check the video here
Signed a fat deal with @gsbmusic to do some big power moves. I keep telling y’all there is a big difference between being popular and doing real music that makes real impact with reputable organizations. (Follow the real leader). E-A-SKI.
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