K’naan Spits Live Freestyle for DJBooth.net, Interview To Follow

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG Chicago, IL -- Toronto emcee K'naan, who is currently preparing for the February 24th release of his sophomore album, Troubador, has recorded a live freestyle in anticipation of his exclusive interview with our own DJ Z, which is set to go live this Friday, January 30th. The freestyle is available for streaming and download here.

Those hungry for more exclusive freestyle action will be happy to hear that Monday, February 2nd will mark the beginning of our own DJBooth Freestyle Series. Each week, some of the game's most talented artists will step into the Booth to spit off the top, beginning with reader favorites Novel and K. Sparks.
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