Astro - Catchin’ Wreck

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Back in February, Astro made his official entrance into the game with Deadbeats & Lazy Lyrics, a debut street release which found the 17-year-old Brooklynite and former X Factor contestant rhyming like a seasoned vet. Not only does he possess mic skills well beyond his years, but his swagger and confidence are off the charts, as evidenced by his latest video single. A laid-back, lyrically complex jam produced by the artist himself, Catchin’ Wreck comes complete with a Garth von Giehn-directed visual depicting Brian Bradley kicking it in the streets and subway stations of his home borough. Craving more? Then what are you waiting for—click here to cop the untagged version of Astro’s freshman mixtape for free in The DJBooth.

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