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Emilio Rojas Looks To Stay “Recession Proof” On New, Booth-Approved Mixtape [Free Download]
New York, NY -- Underground emcee and Booth favorite Emilio Rojas has teamed up with Legend and DJ Noodles to bring listeners his highly-anticipated sophomore mixtape. Featuring NYC ensemble cut "585 (Roc Y'all Remix)" and Stat Quo collabo "Way She Moves," and including beats by Illmind, M-Phazes, and Khrysis, the brand new Recession Proof is available for free download at the link below.
Download Recession Proof Here
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