Trek Life Spits “Back in Demand” for DJBooth.net Freestyle Series

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG With the 200th (yes, 200th!) entry in our DJBooth.net Freestyle Series, we’re proud to present a brand new, exclusive freestyle from Trek Life, the up-and-coming west coast emcee who recently impressed Booth Nation with his lyrical skills on As the World Turns and Ready to Live. On Back in Demand, Trek flows smoothly over cuts by DJ Buddy and original production from Oddisee, the producer who also drafted Trek’s new album, Everything Changed Nothing, available now. Fans should also keep an eye out for videos from Everything Changed Nothing, coming soon.

Readers can download a copy of In the Booth (Volume 4), featuring exclusive freestyles 91 through 120, here! Volumes one, two and three are available for download here, here and here. Keep it locked for the latest on Volume 5, coming soon!

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