This is the third consecutive Sunday on which Baltimore's Grey Sweatpants has dropped a new track. His latest, "But It Ain't Easy," is a humorous but thought-provoking reflection on how difficult it is to juggle multiple flings in today's era of instant communication. Equipped with a grimy, low-end beat from producer Crooksfordiamonds, "But It Ain't Easy" finds Sweatpants rapping faster and more aggressively than usual, and the results are impressive.
Sweatpants is usually able to get himself out of precarious situations in which he's caught between multiple women, but it ain't getting any easier. Hear him boast more about his finesse game on "Eastern Conference Player of the Week," and on a more subversive note, listen to him reflect on the prevalence of prescription drugs in the rap game on "Generation Sick."
I'm an old soul, dog, I listen to The O'Jays
I'm a thespian, and my women like to role play
Ambient noises in the surround sound background
Making good choices while surrounded by a bad crowd