Black Alley - Soul.Swagger.Rock.Sneakers

Posted 4 years ago
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The DJBooth has joined forces with Black Alley for the DC crew's highly-anticipated debut street album. Travel across a musical landscape as diverse as the capital city itself - from hard core rock, to soulful, honey-kissed ballads, right back to the menacing pocket beats made famous by the indigenous sound of go-go!

Organic.Raw.Unapologetic. This is Soul.Swagger.Rock.Sneakers.

The album contains the highly rated singles Bad Girl and Heavy Hitters and also features Raheem Devaughn, Phil Ade, Frank Sirius and more. Production is provided by Black Alley, Cam Poles, Mack Tyson, Glenn Cobb and P. Murph

Fans and supporters can directly purchase Soul.Swagger.Rock.Sneakersabove. For more from Black Alley click here and here.

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