Snake Hollywood - My Condolences… EP

Posted 2 years ago

Brooklyn rhymesayer Snake Hollywood has come together with The DJBooth to bring fans a free re-release of his My Condolences... EP.

The project, which originally dropped for digital purchase back in November 2012, is mixed by Drew Taurisano of Eastroom Recording Studios and mastered by dCsoulplusmind. It features eight original tracks from the unsigned buzzmaker, none of which have previously been featured in the Booth. Ab-Soul and George Wilson make guest appearances on the set, which boasts boardwork by d.C. soulplusmind, INSPIRED MINDZ, The Pogue Brothers, Rod The Blizz and Vikaden.

The re-release of the EP serves as a lead-in to the upcoming release of Snake's My Condolences: Addendum album, due out on Thursday, April 24 via iTunes.

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