D-Pryde ft. Joe Budden - No Sleep

Posted 5 years ago
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Den-Z
Album:
Mars

When you’re hustling your way towards success in the music game, napping on the job can cost you your big break. On his first Booth feature (and the lead single off his forthcoming street album), Toronto emcee D-Pryde espouses a strict No Sleep policy. Joining the headliner over Denz‘s synth boardwork, Jersey mainstay Joe Budden showcases his own hella fide work ethic on his guest 16. For more, check out the artist’s MARS mixtape, due out tomorrow, June 3.

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