The Incomparable Shakespeare Pays Tribute to His “Hometown” [Video]

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York, N.Y. -- The Incomparable Shakespeare, the Brooklyn emcee who recently brought us "Shaky Baby," is back with the official video for Adele-assisted single "Hometown." Directed by pmish, the video finds the up-and-comer giving fans a guided tour of his home streets.



"Hometown" and much more can be found on Shakespeare's DJBooth.net-sponsored The British Invasion mixtape, available for free streaming and download here!

For a more complete breakdown of "Hometown" and its history via RefinedHype.com, click here.

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