Stretch Money - 25 Miles Per Hour [Album]

Posted 4 years ago
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Burgeoning Detroit-based emcee Stretch Money releases his sophomore album 25 Miles Per Hour, through Hot Lava Records. Stretch, an artist defined by overcoming the trials and tribulations of the Motor City’s street life, expresses a myriad of themes and issues throughout the LP.

Production on 25MPH comes entirely from G-Unit affiliate beatsmith Nick Speed. The successful fusion of an emcee and producer is made evident from the album's introduction through the outro. With this release, Stretch continues to prove why he's one of the most promising artists to emerge from Detroit’s flourishing hip-hop scene in years.

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