J. Pinder ft. DJ Vega - Young Ra Ra

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Vitamin D
Album:
TBD

With the Seattle Seahawks’ success this past football season and the recent news that the Sacramento Kings might be making a move up North, Seattle has had its fair share of happy moments recently. So it’s only right that Emerald City emcee J. Pinder has decided to keep the good vibes flowing. After releasing his Careless Redux mixtape to finish off ‘12, Pinder is ready to get things rolling with today’s feature Young Ra Ra. Produced by fellow Seattlite Vitamin D, YRR features hazy and spellbinding guitar riffs that provide Pinder a mellowed out platform to discuss questions that he’s been asked and gets a variety of things off his chest. Pinder is up for a 2013 XXL Freshman nomination, and the creation of a new solo album is underway, so if you like what you’re hearing you shouldn’t have to wait long for more…

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