Rapper Crown J aka Asia King is trying himself at a new genre with his latest single ‘Trust Nobody‘.
This single is a New York-style hiphop track that samples jazz artist Lonnie Liston Smith’s song ‘Garden of Peace’. He once again worked with producer ‘100’ (read: “one hunnit”) to create sounds that perfectly fit the colder fall weather.
The song is very personal and its lyrics are like the script for a film: After his great popularity in 2009, Crown J left Korea for the US. However, his manager who he had trusted like a real brother, betrayed him. In this song, Crown J expresses his feelings about the incident, apologizes to his fans, and conveys what he has learned from his experiences.
“Trust nobody. At first they all smile but change when facing a judge, oh well”
This single album will be available via the shop of Crown J’s clothing brand LOLO ATLANTA. It will be a limited edition of 500 CDs and the first 50 fans to buy it will get a signed CD.
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