Rapper Big Pooh & K-Hill Know No Quitting. This Soulful Song Inspires (Audio)

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North Carolina MC K-Hill has been grinding for more than 10 years, making a name for himself through work with the likes of Big Daddy Kane, Sean Boog, and the late PumpkinHead. Making noise from the N.C. state around the same time as Little Brother’s emergence, his song “The Prodigal” is a cool collaboration with Rapper Big Pooh.

On a knocking Soul-infused beat, the pair of traditionally thoughtful MCs offer pensive reflections on why they’ve come too far to stop, and how nothing can kill their dreams of moving the crowd.

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This is presumably from Hill’s first Soulspazm release, as the single is released by the label associated with Torae, Marco Polo, and the aforementioned P.H.

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