Fortunate Ones to Hold “Honest, Regardless” Release Event at NYC’s Four81 Gallery

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, N.Y. -- On Wednesday, September 25th, Jersey hip-hop duo Fortunate Ones with be unleashing their latest street album, Honest, Regardless, exclusively via The DJBooth. To commemorate the project's release, partners-in-rhyme Serge and Genetics will be playing an intimate show at NYC's Four81 art gallery.

Going down 8:00 PM the following Thursday, September 26, the event will feature appearances from special guests Sorcha Richardson and G-Code 4:20. The work of visual artist Jonny Ruzzo will be on display throughout the evening.

Admission is free, but guests should plan to arrive early, as doors will close once the venue reaches capacity.

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