Joe Hound ft. Dre - Connect Boy

Posted 9 years ago
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Cool & Dre
Misery Loves Company

Up and coming rapper, Joe Hound, knows how to use his connections.  Born and raised in the North Miami area, Hound hooked up with production duo Cool & Dre and convinced them enough to get himself a record contract with Epidemic Records.  While he awaits a solid release date for his debut, Misery Loves Company, Hound is grinding like a dog in the studio with his bosses.  The newest record from the three talents is Connect Boy.  Hound rhymes, “I could put you on, I could get you offed.”  The modesty is impressive, but without the presence of a radio single, it is doubtful he posses such ability.  Or does he?

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