Chuuwee & Sundown ft. Thee Tom Hardy - Attacking The Clones

Posted 4 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Sundown (of Actual Proof)
Album:
The Millennium Falcon (Ep. 1)

Fresh off last week’s release of their DJBooth-sponsored collaborative street album, Sacramento emcee Chuuwee and Raleigh rapper/producer Sundown return to our pages with a newly-leaked standout cut off the project. On Attack of The Clones, the twosome trade bars with ATL rhymesayer (and freestyle series alumnus) Thee Tom Hardy over Sundown’s chopped-sample production. In addition to checking out The Millennium Falcon (Episode 1), fans can hear more from Chuuwee and Sundown (as one-half of Actual Proof) on their respective Booth-sponsored releases, Watching the Throne and Still Hotter Than July. For more from Tom Hardy, check out The Hardy Boy Mystery Mixtape: Secret of the Green Magic.

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