For the next scene in Consequence’s upcoming Movies On Demand 4, he tries his hand over the guilty pleasure tune by Trinidad James.
Cons, the floor is all yours. “Though adultery is wrong, it usually provides for interesting subject matter. When The Produce Section sent me the track, I knew immediately that I wanted Estelle on it,” Consequence tells Rolling Stone. “We cut it while she was in NYC, and it was instant magic. I am really excited about the release of the 4th installment of my Mixtape series, Movies On Demand.” rollingstone
Cons recently chatted with the folks over at Montreality and revealed the title of his sophomore set, Start Your Own Business. At the 6:16 mark, he then kicked a rhyme. Movies On Demand 4 coming soon.
It’s a Queens thing, man. Last night, Consequence filmed his performance for the new season of Love & Hip-Hop New York. 360 warmed up the crowd with “Own Thing” and “What Goes Up.” Cons then followed up and brought out Lil Fame of M.O.P.
Lawdamercy! Consequence puts his rhymes over Mad Lion’s “Take It Easy” for his latest freebie. If you’re in the New York area, catch Cons, 360, and Yfame at B.B. King this Saturday.
Before Consequence’s Movies On Demand 4
This is probably one of the most common questions in music. Here’s Consequence’s new tune off his upcoming mixtape, Movies On Demand 4. Pay your taxes, hustlers.