Casey Veggies - Life Changes

Posted 3 years ago

Having been caught Sleeping in Class back in 2011, Los Angeles emcee Casey Veggies has decided to make some serious Life Changes on a brand new, 13-track free album. The project features Booth-approved, lead single "F**k Witchu," and guests spots from BJ The Chicago Kid, Phil Beaudreau and Dom Kennedy.

Speaking about the new album, Veggies shared the following on his Tumblr: "It took me a long time to grow into this. I feel like this whole time I was searching for something and now I finally found it. Life really does change. Sometimes for the better. Sometimes for the worse. But in the end I feel like we all shall find what we are truly here to do.. stay gold through it all."

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