Florida representative Prote-J has joined forces with DJBooth.net to bring fans his highly-anticipated sophomore street album, Dope Raps & Kit Kats.
The follow-up to last year’s Good Hip Hop Meets Radio, the project features 12 tracks worth of new material from the Papua New Guinea-raised emcee and freestyle series alum. Included are Booth-approved leaks “Organs Play,” “This Life” and “Bigger Things.”
Joining Pro throughout Dope Raps are Bobbi Ruffin, Wreck Wregular, Joe Clark (also a freestyle series contributor) and Lou. In addition to production by Prote-J himself, the project features beats by Costa, The Makers and The Trackoholics.
Fans can also check out Prote-J's previous albums: Prote-J - Me.Verses.Time
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