Chrome Cats - The Gold

Posted 4 years ago
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Brandon Lee Beats
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Not the type to settle for runner-up, Vallejo twosome Chrome Cats pledge to go for The Gold on the latest single off their forthcoming full-length. Similar in mood and theme to their last feature, the ambitious Higher, this cut finds Korland and Jamila Sims expressing their determination to make it to the top of the game over a soaring instrumental by Brandon Lee Beats. Chrome Cats’ Flight to Paradise LP has yet to receive a drop date, but fans can, as always, keep it locked for all the latest.

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