Milwaukee rapper Shle Berry has shared the stage with fellow hip-hop enthusiasts Yogie B & Keez plenty of times over the last few years, but now the three are turning those periodic collaborations into something more official. This week the trio debuted a new project called Jillian’s Revenge with a single called “Everyday is 420, So Here’s A Regular Song.”
The track folds together the trio’s usual muses — good smoke, good drink and deep thought — with a smoked-out, Funkdoobiest circa ’95 vibe, testifying to the comforts of indulgence when the world is going to hell. And judging from the lyrics, it’s hot off the press, with bars timestamped from our current situation: “Now we rolling up personals, call that dodging the ‘rona/I swear I’m hugging these bartenders when all of this is over.”
It may be a while until we can see these three crack open cans of PBR on a festival stage again, but in the meantime this track is the next best thing. You can stream it below.
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Looking for more Milwaukee rap coverage?
You can read Radio Milwaukee’s latest Milwaukee Rap Roundup, featuring new tracks from 54 Baby Tre, TTG Rio, Lil Tre, Lakeyah Danaee, Looney Bandz and more. In December we also rounded up the 50 Best Milwaukee Rap Songs of 2019, and earlier last year we ran down the 10 most important songs in Milwaukee rap history. And in case you missed it, check out Backspin, our six-part podcast about the earliest days of Milwaukee hip-hop. You can listen to the podcast here, or subscribe to it wherever you get your podcasts.