Pat Junior: “For Summer ’18 (Part A)”

Pat Junior: “For Summer ’18 (Part A)”

North Carolina’s Pat Junior ascension continues. Earlier this year he released the second installment of his “Black & Mild” series entitled “black wayne”. Now that summer’s here though Pat Junior has returned with a couple tunes in what seems to be a series.

For Summer ‘18” (Part A) includes two brand new original tracks from the North Carolina standout. The first being “Pressure” (prod. By DSTL) a certified heater perfect for the whip, talks about not only the pressure he’s under, but the pressure he puts out with his talent. The second track is “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” (prod. By Thelonious Martin & DSTL) and it features a verse from Crosby. The short project closes with Pat Junior taking the helm on the instrumental “Don’t Trip”. Check out the project below courtesy of Audiomack.

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