"All My Love" is the latest instalment in L.A. emcee Azad Right's ongoing #GetRightTuesdays series, during which he'll leak new material every other Tuesday until his upcoming For The Hopeful project drops. The cut was produced by Right's frequent collaborator ChromeBully.
This is a love song about Los Angeles, touching on the often ill-fated desire for fame and fortune, the essential hustle-by-any-means mentality and the effect addiction can have on a family.
Azad'll be appearing live on MTV Rapfix's "Get In The Game" segment tomorrow at 4:00pm EST, receiving direct feedback on his recent "Self Made" video from Rick Ross and DJ Khaled (check the video out here). He'll also be performing at several SXSW showcases in Austin, Texas in the coming weeks.
I had to hustle down at a very young age
We was gettin' it in various ways
I went from eBay to sellin' trees
To flippin' jerseys for that dough
And in my down time, we was servin' up the hoes
When I started, I was fuckin' clueless
Now addiction is the last thing
I'd wish upon another human