Buddy's Harlon & Alondra album was one of last year's low-key gems. Now, in the wake of spending a week holding it down for the Revenge Of The Dreamers sessions, Buddy has decided to share a bonus cut from the deluxe version. While it wasn't recorded during his stint in Atlanta, it does feature several attendees, including Dreamville's Bas and J.I.D. Guapdad 4000 also comes through for the occasion, as does Kent Jamz. The end result is "Link Up," which arrives alongside a slew of dope bonus cuts.
The track itself is smooth and rhythmic, and each contributor holds it down accordingly. Buddy sets it off with a fast-paced verse, transitioning into Bas' refrain. "My heart like a key in the truck, I'm keepin' it tucked," he raps, repeating the message for emphasis. Guap is up next, spitting clever lines like "wanna blow me down like Coltrane, or match with the king of the hill like propane." Last but not least, J.I.D comes through with the closing message. "Since an infant, my intent senses witness, vivid," he raps. "Hit I shouldn't be dealin' with it but it's killin' it."
Peep the single now, and sound off. Are you down to take another trip to Harlon & Alondra? In the meantime, get an exclusive look at Dreamville's latest moves through our cover story on J.I.D. and EarthGang, right HERE.
Love gives a sentence, stitch the block
Since an infant, my intent senses witness, vivid
Shit I shouldn't be dealin' with it but it's killin' it
My third trip, am I trill enough for the trilogy?
Truck in the path and you trippin'
I'm finna go chat with the I-10, bye ten