Royce Da 5’9 Slows It Down & Cuts The Lights Out Alongside Rock Band Pink Grenade (Audio)

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Throughout his extensive 15-plus-year career, Royce Da 5’9 has worked outside the box. The Detroit, Michigan mainstay and Bad Meets Evil co-founder toured and worked with late ’90s Pop tart Willa Ford on her hit “I Wanna Be Bad,” before eventually working with a pre-stardom Amerie on “Life,” as well as Rap/Rock stars, Twiztid. With his balance of skill and personal, Nickel Nine can seemingly make anything work, which is true of his appearance on Pink Grenade’s “Lights Out.”

The song has an Everlast-like feel to it, as Royce slows down his flow for an honest moment about some of the things he deals with in his closing moments of each day in the life.

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