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Los Angeles upstart Jez Dior has independently released his new free album, Scarlette Sage.

Included on the 10-track project, his first solo release to date, are previously-featured, Booth-approved song selections "Candles," "Love Me to Death," "Dreamcatcher," "Hide" and "Move On." Guest features on the unsigned, versatile artist's maiden musical voyage limited to Anabel Englund, MDNT and Wes Period, while production is handled by in-house beatsmith Danny Score and Smarter Child.

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