B-Ezzy - Lights, Please

Posted 6 years ago
Producer:
J. Cole
Album:
Well That Was Ezzy EP

The 185th entry in our DJBooth.net Freestyle Series comes courtesy of B-Ezzy, the St. Louis native who earned reader approval for Million Bucks back in November of ‘09. On his brand new, exclusive Lights, Please freestyle, the Hoopla Media Group/LRT rapper flows over the artist-produced beat from J. Cole‘s track of the same name. B-Ezzy is currently preparing for the July release of a new EP titled Well That Was Ezzy, as well as the late-summer arrival of his DJ Ill Will/DJ Rockstar/The Empire-presented Ezzy Like Sunday Morning street album.

Readers can download a copy of the newly-released In the Booth (Volume 5), featuring exclusive freestyles 121 through 150, here! Volumes one, two, three and four are available for download here, here, here and here!

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