Shae Money x Chuuwee ft. Robb Peezy - What It’s Hittin Foe?

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Fresh off earning positive reader reviews for Treacherous Lands, the Ruste Juxx/Sean Price-assisted lead single off their collaborative debut album, Sacramento spitter Chuuwee and buzzmaking rapper/producer Shae Money return to collect another round of props for freshly-released follow-up What’s It Hittin’ Foe? On this languid trunk banger, Shae’s hazy samples and whip-ready percussion back laid-back, braggadocoious verses from Chuuwee and Denver-repping guest lyricist Robb Peezy. Feeling it? Then keep your browsers locked for more fresh singles leading up to the independent release of the duo’s GatZby LP on Tuesday, September 24.

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