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Green Street Step Into the Booth With New Mixtape “Don’t Look Down”
New York, N.Y. -- Jazz/hip-hop ensemble Green Street, composed of rappers A-Live and Soupa and producer Renaissance, have stepped into the Booth with their latest mixtape. Don't Look Down features 14 fresh cuts from the Brooklyn-by-way-of-Boston buzzmakers, plus guest appearances from Oddisee, Fresh Daily, Hollywood Floss and more!
Stream/Download Don't Look Down Here!
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