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Homeboy Sandman Releases ‘Wade in the Water’

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Rapper Homeboy Sandman has been on his independent grind for a number of years and always drops fantastic songs for rap cats to nod their heads to. The New York rhymer released a new track this week called ‘Wade in the Water.’

On the Paul White-produced song, Sandman spits a conversational flow of tongue-twisting rhymes over a minimalist tribal beat and bubbling bass guitar.

“You know who sucks too / Every single rapper that I used looked up to / When I was drinking formula I loved you / Son, you had a formula that you should have stuck to,” he raps, adding, “The born winner / The Board of Ed, waterbed, born again sinner.”

Sandman is currently putting the finishing touches on his next project, a seven-track EP titled ‘White Sands,’ due on Feb. 25.

In the meantime, if you are in the New York area, you can catch Sandman performing at Gramercy Theater on Jan. 18.

In addition, the ‘Couple Bars’ rapper will embark on a European tour next month. The trek begins Feb. 28 in London and ends March 22 in Norway.

Listen to Homeboy Sandman’s ‘Wade in the Water’

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