Shawn Chrystopher ft. Ashly - Ringtone Paradise

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
40
Album:
Unreleased

With Drake‘s Club Paradise earning heavy spins in the Booth and beyond, Inglewood fave Shawn Chrystopher has decided to jump on the single’s 40-produced instrumental. On new freestyle/remix Ringtone Paradise, the Inglewood-repping reader fave laces the pensive piano beat with romantically-themed narrative rhymes. Honour Role labelmate Ashly guests, providing a reverb-drenched hook. Though this joint isn’t attached to the project, fans can hear much more where this came from on Shawn Chrys’ Silent Films for the Blind LP (downloadable from the artist’s official site) as well as catching him on one of the forthcoming dates on Big Sean‘s ongoing I Am Finally Famous Tour (dates also available on his official site).

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