Following the release of his VIRGINIA EP, Locke Kaushal returns with a brand new cut titled “Crack Love.” The soulful cut serves as the sequel to his mixtape track “Faces.”
Pulling inspiration from Chicago crooner Jeremih’s 2009 smash “Birthday Sex,” Locke Kaushal raps “girl you know I, I, I, girl you know I, I, I,/ I been feigning, I been feigning.”
“Girl you know I, I, I, girl you know I, I, I, what’s the meaning, waking up in the late night dreaming…’bout this black love,” he continues.
Locke’s VIRGINIA project is currently available for stream, click here. Take a listen to “Crack Love” below.
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Locke Kaushal “Crack Love” (NEW MUSIC) was originally published on globalgrind.com