Who, or what, exactly is Cocaine 80s? The answer to that question might change depending upon when it is asked, but ultimately it will always be followed by "quality music."
The No I.D.-led musical conglomerate, which prominently features singer/songwriter James Fauntleroy II, has released a brand new, free seven-track EP. The Flower of Life, the latest of a string of four EP releases (The Pursuit, Ghost Lady and Express OG), features guest appearances by Common and Jhené Aiko and is inspired by the modern name given to a geometrical figure composed of multiple evenly-spaced, overlapping circles.
Written by DJ Z on Jan 13, 2013
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