Minneapolis emcee Greg Grease has come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners an exclusive stream of his latest street release, the Black King Cole EP.
The follow-up to 2012's Cornbread, Pearl & G street album, the project packs six original jams from the rap buzzmaker, including the reader-acclaimed lead single and title track. Joining Greg Grease on the guest tip throughout Black King Cole are Ak-Rite, Mike Mictlan and TUSS (I.B.E. & Ak-Rite). In addition to the artist's own boardwork, the EP features production by Gmo, J Hard, Myke Chevy and Woolley.
Black King Cole will be dropping in a physical, vinyl edition on Sunday, May 26. The project is now available via iTunes, or you can order a limited-edition 12" now via FifthElementOnline.com, or pick it up at this year's Soundset Festival, where Grease will be performing selections off the project.
Fans can also check out Greg Grease's previous albums: Greg Grease - Cornbread, Pearl & G
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