Freeway - Month of Madness

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Freeway
Producer:
Phoenotes
Album:
Month of Madness Series

Over the past few months, DJBooth has featured a variety of unreleased material (see Bread & Butter, Baby Back) from Philadelphia’s own Freeway, who has been busy in the studio preparing the release of his new album, Freedom of Speech.  In an effort to make sure that nobody, including the powers that be, forgets about his talents (or his unparalleled grind), the former Def Jam signee has started a new series entitled Month Of Madness.  Similar to XV’s 40 Days, 40 Nights, in which the Kansas native dropped two songs every day for 40 straight days, Freeway will release a brand new song every day for all of December.  Yesterday, the series kicked off with the Phoenotes-produced title record Month of Madness.  Stick with DJBooth.net for continued madness throughout the month.

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