Zion I ft. The Grouch & Eligh - We Don’t

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Thought Zion I were gonna hang it up anytime soon? I have no idea where you got that crazy idea but, in any case, you are as wrong as wrong can be—on their latest single (coming on the heels of lead effort Float), the Cali underground mainstays make one thing crystal clear, “We Don’t stop.” Produced by Amp Live with assistance from Timeline, this spacey yet determination-drenched jam finds Zumbi joined on the mic by The Grouch and Eligh. Feeling it? More awaits on Shadow Boxing, which will hit The DJBooth for free streaming and digital purchase October 2. Fans can look to 2DopeBoyz for coverage of the twosome’s currently-running tour, as well as staying tuned to the Booth for all the latest song releases and videos.

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