Saigon dropped a new single called "Game Changer" off his Greatest Story Never Told Chapter 2 featuring on of my favorite soulful singers Marsha Ambrosius (formerly of Floetry).
In the song Saigon explains why his record deal with Atlantic Records ended, and talks about the state of Hip Hop.
Listening to his lyrics, it gave me a flashback to everything that happened when Saigon released Pain In My Life featuring Trey Songz (produced by me) and Atlantic chose not to support the record.
I have to say... i really respect how Saigon stood up against the label for his music and for what the "Pain In My Life" lyrics stood for. Most new artist would been too afraid to do that.
My question is... Why sign a artist who already has a big fan base only to try to change him after the ink is dry? Does that make any sense? **scratches head** I don't get it....
Salute Saigon for continuing on with the positive messages in his music despite being in a era where being positive is not considered the coolest thing by the industry or the masses. Check out the new video below.
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