Earlier this month, newly-formed crew Summer of Ninety One lit the fuse on their debut EP with reader-acclaimed lead single BLVD Dreams. Whereas that cut was a collaborative effort, the freshly-minted follow-up trains the spotlight on a single member of the ensemble. The first solo feature from New England buzzmaker Avenue since since September 2012’s Go!, No Problems finds him emphasizing his dedication to the hustle over the understated street boardwork of The Beat Bully. Eaze Dollarz ties the record together with a gritty guest 16. Fans will be able to find No Problems and much more on Summer of Ninety One’s Trap Vogue EP, scheduled for independent release August 25.
Written by richard on 08/21/14
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