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Toronto rap duo Smash Brovaz have come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners their digital debut album, Think It's a Game?.

The project comprises 10 original jams from Junia-T and Crooklin, among them previously-featured singles "Be Free," "Casserine," "The Kitchen" and "Paper Planes." Joining the crew on the guest tip throughout Think It's a Game? are Diz Gibran, Rich Kidd, Yancy Deron and Richie Sosa. In addition to boardwork by Junia-T, the set features production by Big Pops, Intricate Sound, Like (of Pac Div) and Slakah the Beatchild.

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