Saheed ft. Wrekonize & Soul Khan - Times Up

Posted 3 years ago
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With less than a week remaining before his new, Booth-hosted street album is unleashed upon the listening populace, Saheed knows that he’s got to make every second count. Aiming to to maximize the buzz around the project before Times Up, the Miami-repping reader fave has enlisted not one but two reader faves to join him on the final pre-release single. Frequent collaborator Numonics’ delayed guitar loops and ramshackle rhythm section get heads nodding as Saheed, Wrekonize and Brown Bag All-Star Soul Khan caution fellow-travelers about the perils and pitfalls of the hip-hop hustle.  Presented by 8&9 Clothing, Saheed’s Not for Nothing mixtape will hit our front page next Tuesday, January 29, for free streaming and download. Wrekonize’s latest free project, The Rooftops Mixtape, is scheduled to drop two days later, on the 31st.

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