Only in America can a Cool Kid get "hand sex" and "ass-smacked" to the beat of a Flosstradamus-produced banger. For that very reason, our great nation is still the envy of the rest of the world.
Of course, we're talking about "Now You Do," a hot new track by Sir Michael Rocks, half of Chicago-Detroit hip-hop duo the Cool Kids. That song is the buzziest cut off the Midwest MC's first solo project, Lap of Lux, released just last month. And so far, the 15-track mixtape has been well received by critics and fans alike. However, it has raised serious questions about his future with Cool Kids collaborator Chuck Inglish.
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"We've pretty much been separate on this one so we can see what we can do separately, you know what I mean?" Rocks recently told rap website All Hip Hop. "I feel like the stronger we get separately, the stronger we'll be as a group. I feel like it will only make us both stronger as a unit."
So go see Sir Michael flex his solo muscle at Green Room this week. 'Cause who knows when the Cool Kids will be chilling together again.