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Kalen J Music – Bury Me A G ft. Ursa Maja, Pimpton & Blacktop [Audio]

Regina, SK – Our C.J.E. fam in Saskatchewan recently got together to drop their own monstrous rendition of “Bury Me A G.” Ursa Maja, Pimpton, and Blacktop lined up some of their hungriest bars over top of an Allrounda Productions beat. And then Kalen J Music got in on the drums.

Ursa starts things off. And I just have to point this out: Ursa has been working on his flow. Because some of his bars are getting mighty fast. I’m a huge fan. And that Helen Keller line is great. Then Pimpton lights it up; and comes in with some bars about piff. He also compares oral sex to vampires sucking blood. Then Blacktop hits it home with the final verse and some serious C.J.E. bro-love. Shouts to Ursa on the hook, by the way. I always love when Ursa gets in on the vocals. Dude has chops. Check it all out after the jump and head over to iTunes to cop a download of the track.

Kalen J Music - Bury Me A G ft. Ursa Maja, Pimpton & Blacktop [Audio] -

Twitter: @KalenJMusic | @IAmUrsaMaja | @ThePimpton | @TheRealBlacktop

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