Roy Kinsey – “Great Aggin [Reprise]” ft. Pete Sayke & Stik Figa

Last week, Chicago’s Roy Kinsey released the “Great Aggin” reprise from his upcoming blackie album. The song is a different version from Pete’s song from the same title that landed on Heaven Can Wait, but has an additional verse from Stik Figa and was produced by Mike Jones. Bump below.

In honor of MLK observance day, Roy Kinsey releases the Great Aggin (reprise) from his upcoming album blackie: a story by roy kinsey, a song of 3 black men’s views about the industry of prison that claims and changes lives forever in the supposed freest country on Earth. The track features Pete Sayke, whose original version of Great Aggin is featured on his recently released album Heaven Can Wait, and an animated and detailed verse from Kansas emcee Stik Figa, who recently released Central Standard Time on Mello Music Group. The record was arranged and produced by Mike Jones.


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