Freeway - We Up (Re-Produced) EP

Posted 3 years ago

The DJBooth is proud to present the third entry in Re-Produced, an exclusive series in which three hand-selected beatsmiths each offer his or her own spin on a record by a reader-approved artist.

The third EP in the series is based around “We Up,” by Philadelphia street veteran Freeway. A reader-acclaimed single off Don Cannon-hosted street album Freedom of Speech (available for free streaming and download in the Booth), the original cut features boardwork by JRB.

In addition to the original record, this four-track EP includes exclusive re-productions by Numonics, Ro. Blvd. and Sean Divine. Click each beatsmith’s name to read their exclusive producer profile. Watch for an announcement next week revealing the artist to be featured in Re-Produced EP number four.

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