Connecticut rhymesayer Chris Webby has released his latest collection of original material, the Homegrown EP.
The artist's first retail release since 2011's There Goes the Neighborhood EP and his first since signing with eOne, the project packs eight tracks' worth of original material, including reader-approved singles "Down Right" and "Do Like Me."
Rittz makes a guest appearance on the EP, which packs production by DJ Burn One, Harry Fraud, Ned Cameron, Remo the Hit Maker, Rich Kidd and more.
Editors Note: Booth readers, our 12-hour exclusive stream of Homegrown EP has ended, but we hope to have the stream available once again on Wednesday. Stay tuned...
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