Duo Live ft. Billionz, Joell Ortiz, Red Cafe, Uncle Murda & M.O.P. - Shootin’

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Duo Live
Featuring:
Producer:
Sid V.
Album:
Hard2Guard/MSG “Summerball” Soundtrack

Last heard inside the DJBooth in September of ’07, by way of their Fabolous-assisted single, Princess, emcee Fre and producer Sid V of Duo Live have been busy.  Following the release of their last album, The Color of Money, the Brooklyn natives immediately got busy making brand new music.  On the symphony-esque Shootin’, a record that has been released several times with a variety of different guest artists, Fre is joined by a host of underrated Northeast emcees, including Billionz, Joell Ortiz, Red Cafe, Uncle Murda, and the M.O.P. boys.  Protected by “the Red, the Black, the Green,” the record isn’t about violence, but rather the type of shooting that is done on a basketball court; look for it on the forthcoming Hard2Guard/MSG “Summerball” soundtrack.

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