Jones Andrews Drops “Came a Long Way: No Place Like Home” (Mixtape Download)

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG Incredibly it's been a full eight months since North Carolina representative Jones Andrews first approached RefinedHype about sponsoring his weekly series, "32 Tuesdays". In that time we've watched him grow from a struggling underground rapper, to a struggling underground rapper...who also just so happens to be considered one of the best young mic rockers in the game. To celebrate the end of his hip-hop journey Andrews has released new mixtape "Came a Long Way: No Place Like Home", a compilation of his releases from week 16 to week 32. (For weeks 1 through 15 cop his Halfway Home mixtape.)

Came a Long Way is presented by RefinedHype, Flight School Music and FamCo. Guest features include Raheem, Jaystorm, Lyrical, Cee-Dot, Rich Money, Swayze Jones and more with production from Moody So Fly, Epik the Dawn, Travis Barker, Kingsmen Productions and others. I won't front, it's going to be strange come next Tuesday when I don't have any new music from Andrews sitting in my inbox. But all good things must come to an end, so listen, download and enjoy.

Download link is underneath the tracklist:

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