Harlem emcee Kyle Rapps and producer/DJ Diwon have come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners their latest collaborative street release, the Tyrone Gosling FreEP.
Inspired by 2011 thriller Drive and built on samples used in 1980’s crime dramas, the project features five original records from the Hood Samaritan cohorts. Included on the tracklist is reader-approved leak “Night Call.”
Rapps rocks the mic solo throughout the project, and all production comes courtesy of Diwon.
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