TreaZon Hooks Up With DJBooth.net for “The 45 Days;” Series Begins February 4

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG New York. NY -- Beginning on Wednesday, February 4th, TreaZon will embark on a new, DJBooth-exclusive series called The 45 Days. On each date containing the digits '4' or '5,' the Cleveland emcee will premiere a previously-unreleased record right here at DJBooth.net.

"The 45 Days was a idea inspired by Charles Hamilton. I saw what he was doing with his Hamiltonization Process, and thought to myself like, 'This dude is really grindin'.' The more I thought about it, the more the idea came to life. I decided to call it 'The 45 Days' to honor my squad, also called 45," explains the 18-year-old rapper.

In regard to his decision to premiere the records exclusively with DJBooth.net, TreaZon says, "I was already real tight with the homie DJ Z [from my previous work on the Don Cannon-hosted mixtape, 'The Re-Introduction,'] so the connection with DJBooth wasn't a new thing. I knew when I had the idea for The 45 Days, DJBooth was who I wanted to work with."

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