Fearce Vill and Yuk The World maestro BeanOne have dropped Let It Be—not to be confused for the albums by the Beatles or the Replacements. Rather, it's an album-length extrapolation of the introspective Fearce solo song from Dyme Def's 2008 Space Music—which has, incidentally, proved to be the most popular song from the crew. Their newest video is named for Fearce's mother—"Yvette Glover." (Her father—Fearce's grandfather—was Jesse Glover, Bruce Lee's first student and assistant instructor.)
Fearce & Bean have teamed up with some good folks to cook up some unique merch as well—Fearce OG Kush, coming to a jar near you soon. Like my man Jarv says: I love my state.
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