Freeway - Bread & Butter

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Freeway
Producer:
Sap Da Beat Man
Album:
Unreleased

Following the release of last year’s Free At Last, rapper Freeway has done nothing but record new music.  If you’ve ever wondered what a “studio rat” looks like, allow us to re-introduce the veteran Philly native.  As preparations are made for the release of his third solo project, Freedom of Speech, Free hooks up with Delaware producer Sap Da Beat Man for some good ‘ol Bread & Butter.  Warning the world that his quest is to feed his face with new money, the thick-bearded Muslim seems capable of riding this meal ticket to an industry plateau that has long escaped him.  While DJBooth has no information on the release date of the new project, Freeway will be plenty busy juggling the wrap of Freedom of Speech and several independent movie projects he is currently working on.

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