Don Streat ft. Ruste Juxx - Go Ahead Take It

Posted 5 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Alkota, cuts by DJ Grazzhoppa.
Album:
Streat Theory Vol. 2: Suicide Bars

Hailing from Baltimore but residing in the burgeoning hip-hop hotspot that is North Carolina (Fayetteville, to be exact), Booth newcomer Don Streat tells his rivals to “Go Ahead and Take It on this gritty selection off his forthcoming mixtape. Alkota‘s provides a sampled beat, garnished with authentic cuts by DJ Grazzhoppa, and Duck Down emcee Ruste Juxx guests, delivering a guest verse packed with aggressive trash talk (though tarnished by some totally unnecessary gay-bashing). Like what you’re hearing? More awaits on Streat’s Don Streat Theory Vol. 2: Suicide Bars, which has yet to receive a solid drop date.

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