Summer of Ninety One ft. Avenue & Slumdog Hill - BLVD Dreams

Posted one year ago
Producer:
Kountdown
Album:
Trap Vogue EP

Like many growing up in the ‘hood, Avenue, Deon Chase and Slumdog spent long hours lying in bed, fantasizing about a bright future in the hip-hop game. Unlike their peers, however, they’re determined to turn those BLVD Dreams into reality. On their first feature as newly-formed trio Summer of 91, making its world premiere in conjunction with an official video by Ryan Pinkall (director of Ill Mind of Hopsin 5), the partners-in-rhyme reflect on the distance they’ve come from their project upbringing, and look forward to the triumphs that await them. Like what you’re hearing? More awaits on the group’s Trap Vogue EP, scheduled for independent release August 25.

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