Fresh off delivering 100 Bars for SFR on a Jackin for Beats style non-album cut, B. Dolan returns to our pages with a freshly-leaked cut off his forthocming, DJBooth-distributed street album. On King Bee, beatsmith Buddy Peace mixes grimy blues riffs with old-school turntablism as the Strange Famous emcee offers his raw and uncut opinion on the state of the rap game. Topped off with a cameo from drag queen (and Dolan’s Church of Love and Ruin partner) Ms. Nicholle Pride, this is just one of many hard-hitting cuts in store on House of Bees, Vol. 2, scheduled to hit our mixtape page June 12, for streaming and digital purchase.
Written by richard on 06/7/12
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"Fifty Ways to Bleed Your Customer" (2010)
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