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G Train (Single) [Edited/Clean]

Thirdstory, Pusha T

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G Train (feat. Pusha T)
Thirdstory; Pusha T
4:12
Total Playing Time    4:12
"... they're venturing out into the industry with their own music in hand and they're off to a memorable start ..." - Billboard G Train, the debut single from New York City-based Thirdstory, follows several cover versions that garnered millions of views on YouTube. The trio is joined by Pusha T on this version of the track, which has already been released on the band's EP Searching and is included on Thirdstory's first full-length album, produced by Malay (Frank Ocean, Zayn). "G Train is inspired by our shared experiences living in New York and all the futility and frustration you feel trying to find love here. The song combines a lot of sounds we love: in-your-face drums, soulful vocals and three-part harmony. We started writing it on a subway platform and it's evolved into one of our favourite songs to perform on stage." - Thirdstory
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