Fresh off the November release of his new, Booth-sponsored street album, Elite returns to bring us a fresh record that didn’t make the cut. On Watch Me, The Academy‘s DJay Cas handles production duties, cooking up a quietly determined beat to back the Connecticut rapper/beatsmith as he invites listeners to observe his hustle to the top. Curious about what did make it onto Elite’s latest project? Click here to stream/download Awaken free of charge!
Written by richard on 12/1/11
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