B. Dolan - House of Bees Vol. 2

Posted 4 years ago
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Strange Famous emcee B. Dolan has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his latest album, House of Bees Vol 2.

The project finds the Providence, R.I. rhymesayer combining the raw honesty of 2008's The Failure and the bombast of 2010's Fallen House, Sunken City in 13 original cuts and two bonus tracks. Included are Booth-approved leaks "Film the Police," "King Bee," "100 Bars for SFR" and "Still Here."

Joining Dolan on the guest tip throughout House of Bees Vol 2 are Toki Wright, Jasiri X, Metermaids and Epic Beard Men partner-in-rhyme Sage Francis. All beats come courtesy of Buddy Peace, except on 2Bad (produced by Reanimator), Tin Soldiers and Feel So Different (both produced by B. Dolan).

Fans and supporters can directly purchase House of Bees Vol. 2 by clicking the button above.

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