Video: Cisero feat. Matt McGhee – “All I Need Is Soul”
Maryland artist Cisero teams up with GramFam’s Matt McGhee for the chill and laid back “All I Need Is Soul”. The visual depicts the two artists kicking their verses at a house party over a smooth beat that will keep you attached for the full track. While Matt finishes up his 1920 project, this track will live on Cisero’s project, Kids Wear Crowns, slated to drop later this year. Check the video after the jump.
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