Chicago rhymesayer A.J. Crew has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners his latest street album, The Reality of It All.
The project packs 12 original tracks from the up-and-coming emcee, among them reader-approved singles "Don't Ask Me (Crafty)," "Breathe Here," "Y.F.U." and "Nah Mean." Joining Crew on the guest tip throughout The Reality of It All are G-Scott, Kris Bills and Naledge (of Kidz in the Hall). In addition to boardwork by the artist himself, the project packs production by Alex Dowson, Electric Guest, Sunny Norway and ToneBeatz.
Fans can also check out A.J. Crew's previous albums: A.J. Crew - Homecoming, Part II
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