Having “woken down” on the previous Booth-sponsored installment of his Slave Shift mixtape, Jersey representative is getting ready to “fall up” on the forthcoming follow-up. Inspired by (and featuring a sample from ) the 2009 video game of the same title, Arkham Asylum finds J.Y. and N.C. native Rain flowing over the brass-sampled boardwork of Fortunate Ones. Digging it? Then be sure to check out The Slave Shift: Falling Up when it hits our mixtape page for free streaming and download June 28.
Written by richard on 05/9/11
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"Tell Me What It Is (Remix) ft. Joe Budden & Cory Gunz" (2008)
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