Jason James x Rodney Hazard - Pyramids in Stereo

Posted 3 years ago

Vancouver-based rhymesayer Jason James and production partner Rodney Hazard have unleashed their latest collaborative opus, Pyramids in Stereo. The follow-to the DJBooth/RefinedHype-presented Marvelous World of Color, the 12-track digital-full-length comes heralded by reader-approved lead single "This Is My Rifle," "Forgetting How to Dream" and "Tomorrow." Guest appearances come courtesy of Adam Nigro, Mark McGrath and Raisin.

Note: Pyramids in Stereo is also available for direct purchase (name your own price, minimum of $1) for those who want to support Jason and Rodney.

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