After two appropriately insane mixtapes, Huffing Glue With Hasslehoff and Freebasing With Kevin Bacon, Atlanta native Jarren Benton has unleashed My Grandma's Basement, his first full length project with his new label home, Funk Volume. Featured on the project are previous singles "Razor Blades & Steak Knives," "Cadillacs & Chevys," "Bully" and "Life In The Jungle."
In addition to the always Skitzo rhymes of Benton, My Grandma's Basement features rhyme work from Dizzy Wright, Hopsin, RA the Rugged Man, SwizZz and more, along with production from Kato, SMKA, Spitzwell and a host of others.
My Grandma's Basement is now available for stream and direct purchase.
Fans can also check out Jarren Benton's previous albums: Jarren Benton - Slow Motion (Volume One) EP | Jarren Benton - Freebasing With Kevin Bacon | Jarren Benton Meets SMKA: Huffing Glue With Hasslehoff
Written by Nathan S. on Jun 10, 2013
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