Da YoungFellaz - Sophisticated But Arrogant (The Prelude)

Posted 3 years ago

Da YoungFellaz have come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners their latest street release, Sophisticated But Arrogant (The Prelude).

The official precursor to their upcoming studio album Sophisticated Arrogance (dropping this summer via iTunes), the mixtape features 10 tracks' worth of original material from the NYC crew. Included are Booth-approved singles "Kings & Queens" and "New Rich City," as well as video single "Welcome To NYC Part II." Crome, DeVo D., Kepstar, Letra & Kami, Rich iCoast and Sal Capone make guest appearances throughout the set, which features production by Bangout, Bravestarr, Cooarri, Fred Nice, Grand Staff, HitmakerDot, Taylor $upreme, Trixx and The Kush Administration.

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