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Just P - Brighter Days MP3 [Black Budget]
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Monday, 25 June 2012
Just P - Brighter Days MP3 [Black Budget]After releasing his first official album, Just Call Me P, on May 30th 2012, underground UK Hip Hop emcee, Just P (formerly BiG PSG), recently asked Black Budget Ent. to record the official music video to his feel good track, Brighter Days. The track is taken from his latest release and is produced by talented German beat maker, Politiks. The song and video both compliment each other well, with bright and stimulating visual's accompanied by a laid back, original and inspiring track.

The track has snappy drums and hauntingly eerie melody and easy going delivery from Just P in which he decries modern consumerism and steps away from the disposable society and constant need for the latest gear. The release is going to be the first of many from the independent, London based emcee, and with its calm vibe's delivered via thoughtful vocals alongside a calming video, it is definitely one for the 2012 summer.

Download Just Call Me P: http://black-budget.com/free-uk-music-stealth-artois-stealth-artois-vol-1-mixtape





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