OnCue Doubles Up With “Sip” and 43 “GOD”
Buzzing NYC-based rap artist OnCue blesses fans with two new records. "Sip" and 43 "GOD" are totally different vibes but show Cue's versatility. “SIP” showcases OnCue’s undeniable lyrical abilities where he spits about drinking his problems away. This is the second unreleased track from OnCue’s forthcoming EP You Knew All Along, which is slated to be released on Nov. 11.
For 43 "GOD," OnCue delivers a hypnotizing cover of Bon Iver's 33 "GOD" from their 22, A Million album. 43 "God" also features parts from Bon Iver's "666 ʇ" with additional production from Maki. Cue kills this cover: "You should go ahead/Thank my momma and my daddy/For not poppin in that rubber/Goin raw then they had me."
OnCue has been working closely over the past few years with hip-hop legend Just Blaze and is signed to Blaze’s Rebel Base Industries Label. He previously released the visuals to his viral track "3AM," which was added to Spotify's "Most Necessary" playlist last week. You check out both "Sip" and 43 "GOD" above and below plus the tracklist for You Knew All Along.
You Knew All Along Tracklist:
1. "Boy On The Come Up" (Prod. by Brenton Duval & Mike Kuz)
2. "Eat Your Heart Out" (Prod. by CRWN & Maki)
3. "Sip" (Prod. by Brenton Duval & Mike Kuz)*
4. "3AM" (Prod by Myles Williams & K. Beatz)
5. "On and Off" (Prod. by Alex Lustig)*
6. "I Remember You" (Prod. by Khali Carela, Maki, & Mike Kuz)
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