FL (of The Foodchain) - Young Amsterdam

Posted 2 years ago

On January 1, Colorado began allowing the sale of recreational marijuana. It was on this day that the state's capitol city, Denver, would officially become something much bigger.

Named after the new moniker of his city, as well as a tribute to his beloved hometown, The Foodchain emcee and Red Bull Sound Select artist FL has released the celebratory Young Amsterdam mixtape, exclusively via The DJBooth.

Included on the 12-track "Smoking Soundtrack" is previously-featured selection "Time," as well as the project's title track (a bonus track). Guests include AP, Mr. Midas and Oren L, while production is handled by Aly, Fortune, Kushedouttreezy, Mahxie, Mass Prod and Neon Brown.

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