The 220th entry in DJBooth.net and Streetammo‘s Exclusive Freestyle Series comes courtesy of Kooley High, the Raleigh crew last heard on mixtape cut Betty Crocker. On their brand new, exclusive POGO freestyle, the North Carolina crew flow over original boardwork by Zee Imports. Kooley High are currently hard at work pushing their latest street album, the Booth-sponsored Eastern Standard Time, as well as working on various videos and forthcoming solo projects.
But wait, it gets doper. For 15% off on all of StreetAmmo’s fresh gear, visit streetammo.com and enter the exclusive code, “streetbooth”. We know, we know. You’re welcome.
Written by richard on 12/2/10
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"Kooley Is High" (2009)
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