Tommy Genesis & Slug Christ Share New Song, "All My Friends"

This one’s very different from the Snakehips, Tinashe & Chance the Rapper joint.

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Tommy Genesis has been putting in a lot of work as of late. The Vancouver-bred Awful Records songstress shared her first World Vision 2 single “They Cum They Go” two weeks ago, teamed up with Ye Ali & Wes Period as baby.daddi and dropped their Chuck Inglish, ESTA and Period-produced “baby daddi” last week, and now, returns with a brand new collab with fellow Awful compadre Slug Christ, “All My Friends.” The track is not a single from WV2; rather, the two made this loosie the last time they were hanging out in Atlanta. Listen to it below and stay tuned for more from both talents.

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