Fearce & BeanOne (of Dyme Def) - Outlandish

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
BeanOne
Album:
There Goes the Neighborhood

Previously featured as two-thirds of Seattle crew Dizzy Izzy duo Dyme Def, beatsmith BeanOne and emcee Fearce recently came together to drop free album There Goes the Neighborhood. Today, they make they Booth debut as a duo with Outlandish, as freshly-leaked cut off the project. Here, Bean’s pensive grooves bang in the back as his mic-rocking colleague gives listeners the lowdown on his grade-school fashion fetish. Digging it? You can find this head-noddable jam and much more on the collaborators’ latest street release, downloadable free of charge via Audiomack.

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