Got a Death Wish? Then you just might have what it takes to ride with I-20. On the latest single off his forthcoming free digital album, the Disturbing Tha Peace street veteran emphasizes the perilous nature of his hustle, flowing over the gritty brass samples of DJ Pain1. Death Wish and much more can be found on Intermission, a free project scheduled for release prior to the arrival of Celebrity Rehab 3 this summer. In the meantime, fans can still cop the original Celebrity Rehab tape for free in the Booth, as well as downloading this record for free via Audiomack.
Written by richard on 05/17/12
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