DillanPonders - The Boy Who Lived

Posted 2 years ago

In anticipation of the project's retail release on Wednesday, August 13, T-Dot rhymesayer DillanPonders is offering up his latest LP, The Boy Who Lived, for full, free streaming exclusively in The DJBooth.

The artist's sophomore album and the follow-up to last November's NUMB EP, the project packs a total of 10 original tracks from the SmashMouth signee, none of which have previously been featured in the Booth.

UK songstress Ziba makes the sole guest appearance on the set, which boasts production by BatmanOnTheBeatz, Bob Moses, DJ Hoe, Majin Skye, MMac, Omari Jabari, TallBoy and Zhu.

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