The local rap group Lawless Paradise caused quite a stir with their raw lyrics and uncut visuals around the city. One of the members, $ense, is back to stir the pot again with some heat.
$ense’s newly released track, “Aunt Anne’s” is another trap anthem that explores the high’s and lows of the day to day life of $ense: sex, drugs, and an eye for an eye. Ladies, imagine having your legs up in a pretzel — Auntie Anne’s style. That’s the inspiration!
The song is available on iTunes for purchase. Support local artists and take a listen.
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