Wax, the artist behind Booth-hosted projects Scrublife and Eviction Notice, has released his independent debut album, Continue.... The digital album features previously-released singles "Toothbrush," "Lewis & Clark" and "We Can't All Be Heroes." Guest features include Herbal T and Breezy Lovejoy, while production is provided by EOM, Greg Wells, Lack of Afro and more. Released through his own Scrublife indie imprint, the 18-track project is available through iTunes (see link above) or via WAXDOTCOM.com.
Written by DJ Z on Jan 14, 2013
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