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King Ulysses: “To Whom It May Concern” (feat. Roemello Lewis)

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King Ulysses: “To Whom It May Concern” (feat. Roemello Lewis)

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King Ulysses dropped in my opinion one of the more unique projects last year in “Grimeball”. Ulysses brings together a lot of the facets of hip-hop culture to create a full and intelligent product. Today I have “To Whom It May Concern” which combines a banger of a beat with societal awareness and Spoken Word. Ulysses has never been one to hold back words and rather uses them to paint a vivid picture to convey his frustrations with society, hip-hop and this life in general. Peep the single below and prep yourself for King Ulysses tape.

https://soundcloud.com/kingulyssesiv/to-whom-it-may-concern-featuring-roemello-lewis-mixed-and-mastered-by-jefe-jones-jeferaps

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