2015-11-14T12:19:35-05:00 2015-11-14T12:19:35-05:00

Ciscero and Matt McGhee pay homage to their "Homies"

Maryland emcee Ciscero has been buzzing for a hot minute, so if you're not yet on board, his latest track "Homies" is the perfect opportunity to peep game. The sentimental cut, which features some beautiful production from T. Hemingway, is essentially Ciscero's way of shouting out all of his beloved friends and fam. Fellow DMV spitter Matt McGhee hops on the second verse and follows suit, paying respects to his comrades, the "little homies" who look up to him and of course, mama dukes. Both artists deliver seamless performances on this feel-good record and the hook -- with its down-to-earth feels and creative pronunciation of "homies"-- ties everything together in captivating fashion.

Next up for Ciscero is his highly anticipated Kids Wear Crowns EP. Also check out "Na Na Na" with GoldLink and his most popular jam -- also titled "Kids Wear Crowns" -- that debuted on Soulection Radio.

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Hip-Hop · Rap


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