TreaZon ft. Dasanto - Blizzard

Posted 7 years ago
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DJ Dub
The Storm EP

Last we heard from TreaZon, the 18-year-old rapper had just dropped his Don Cannon-presented Re-Introduction Mixtape, which featured Booth-approved cuts Explosion (Remix) and Stay in Your Place.  Now, the Cleveland native is preparing for the February 4th kickoff of his 45 Series, a collection of new records to be premiered on each day of the month containing a ‘4’ or a ‘5.’  For your enjoyment in the meantime, we present a newly-released cut off the emcee’s forthcoming The Storm EP.  Grappling with the difficulty of living in a world rife with injustice and senseless violence, TreaZon and guest feature Dasanto liken their feelings of despair to the bitter chill of a Blizzard over a fittingly melancholy beat by DJ Dub.  The lyrical talent both emcees display on this cut should have listeners eagerly awaiting The Storm EP’s February 10 drop date, as well as the 45 Series kickoff.


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