Curtessy & The Militia ft. MidaZ The BEAST - The Lifestyle

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For Curtessy and his ilk, hip-hop ain’t just a musical genre; it’s a Lifestyle. On his latest mixtape single, making its world premiere right here in the Booth, the Los Angeles rhymesayer lets us know just how deeply his connection with the culture runs. South African beatsmith The Militia, the project’s sole producer, provides a tuneful, yet gritty chopped-sample backdrop for Curt’s passionate bars, as well as the tightly-wound guest rhymes of Orlando-repping Booth fave MidaZ the Beast. Fans will be able to find Lifestyle, reader-acclaimed lead single One and much more on Curtessy and Militia’s Expectations EP, scheduled to hit The DJBooth October 29, for free streaming and download.

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