Freeway ft. Lil’ Wayne - Step Back

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Freeway
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Producer:
Don Cannon
Album:
Free At Last

Roc-A-Fella veteran MC, Freeway, has had to take several steps back.  After releasing his debut album he was arrested and jailed on narcotic distribution charges and after being released he was forced to step back from music during the ‘death of the dynasty.’  Now, with an album release in clear sight and the drama from the breakup behind him, Freeway is about to be Free at Last.  Following the initial single, Roc-A-Fella Billionaires (featuring Jay-Z), comes the Lil’ Wayne collaboration, Step Back.  Produced by Don Cannon the song follows both MCs as they remind their listeners that neither will back down.  Freeway’s long-awaited sophomore album, Free At Last, is set to drop on Novemeber 20th.

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