Shawn Harris - The Corner [New Song]

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Nikko Lafre continues his #LafreSundays series with "The Corner". An HNHH premiere.

Nikko Lafre delivered his breakthrough mixtape, MPLS: West End Stories in September, and while the consistent record has not left our phones since, Lafre has been dropping sporadic records of the same level of craft ever since. Today, we're premiering another #LafreSundays record, which is once again an outtake from MPLS, but could have easily sat comfortably beside the other dark, ferocious records on the tape.

This time pairing up with Play Picasso, who's put in some work with Toronto's Tory Lanez, Lafre pays tribute to "The Corner", telling a dealer's tale over some frenetic drums.

Nikko's apparently got a couple new records up his sleeve for this week, including the first single from his upcoming 300 debut, Guilty Of Dedication.

Quotable Lyrics:
In the kitchen my brother was whippin' his wrist
Asked him what he was doin', he told me 'don't trip'
But I knew that that nigga was makin' 'em flip
'Cause he way paying the bills, but working no job
Man, that shit that made no sense

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The Corner

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Nikko Lafre continues his #LafreSundays series with "The Corner". An HNHH premiere.


Nikko Lafre delivered his breakthrough mixtape, MPLS: West End Stories in September, and while the consistent record has not left our phones since, Lafre has been dropping sporadic records of the same level of craft ever since. Today, we're premiering another #LafreSundays record, which is once again an outtake from MPLS, but could have easily sat comfortably beside the other dark, ferocious records on the tape.

This time pairing up with Play Picasso, who's put in some work with Toronto's Tory Lanez, Lafre pays tribute to "The Corner", telling a dealer's tale over some frenetic drums.

Nikko's apparently got a couple new records up his sleeve for this week, including the first single from his upcoming 300 debut, Guilty Of Dedication.

Quotable Lyrics:
In the kitchen my brother was whippin' his wrist
Asked him what he was doin', he told me 'don't trip'
But I knew that that nigga was makin' 'em flip
'Cause he way paying the bills, but working no job
Man, that shit that made no sense

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