Kidz In The Hall ft. Various Artists - Drivin’ Down The Block (West Coast Remix)

Posted 8 years ago
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DJ Double O
Album:
The In Crowd (Bonus Track)

In an effort to further extend the buzz of their current single Drivin’ Down The Block, which was recently remixed with the help of Bun B, Pusha T, and The Cool Kids, the Chicago/Jersey connection of Kidz in the Hall has released another variation of the record.  Opting to cater towards their California-based audience, the duo wisely reached out to on-the-rise guest artists Pacific Division, Tyga, Glasses Malone, and Mistah F.A.B. for the ‘West Coast Remix.’  L.A. and Bay Area natives shouldn’t have a problem finding room for the new record; after all, it was made for Drivin’ Down The Block in that ‘64 lowrider.  This new mix can be found as a bonus track on the Kidz new album, The In Crowd, available in stores and online retailers.

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