Terrace Martin - 3ChordFold Pulse

Posted 2 years ago
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Couldn't get enough of Terrace Martin's 2013 studio debut, 3ChordFold? You're in luck; to keep his hungry fanbase happy, the West Coast artist and producer has unleashed 3ChordFold Pulse, a supplementary 13-track set featuring a mixture of new songs, live versions and other exclusives from Terrace and his talented friends.

The 13-track set comes heralded by "Angel," a Booth approved video and instrumental created in collaboration with heavyweight beatsmith 9th Wonder. Additional guests include James Fauntleroy, Robert Glasper, Snoop Dogg and Teedra Moses.

3ChordFold Pulse is now available for digital purchase and full streaming right here at The DJBooth. All tracks purchased are high quality audio (320 kbps MP3s).

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