Cory Gunz ft. Philippe Prosper - "Paradise"
Check it out as DMV standout Philippe Prosper gets Bronx flame-spitter Cory Gunz for this new track "Paradise" produced by Mantra and Tony Alany. Cory's vision of "Paradise" has changed drastically, but it sounds like he wouldn't have it any other way as Cory is on the reflective tip following the legal troubles that thwarted his career. He raps "Overdue, I guess it’s why they keep the waitin’ on me, 'Paradise' ain’t a location or vacation for me/Feeling decent with no precinct or a station on me, livin' life every day a celebration for me”. The visual is co-directed by James Whitley and is one part Calvin Klein one part trippy shadowboxing kung-fu and karate movies. Check it out above: