Just in time for its first birthday—OK, that was a little over a week ago, but still—Mike Jaggerr‘s The Eleventh Hour is being re-released in expanded form. Added for the latest edition of the project, the steamy Sweet Waters finds the Brooklyn rhymesayer exchanging poetic pillow talk with Virginia’s Audra the Rapper over his own dreamy synth production. Mrya Flynn rounds out the guest lineup, lending her vocals to the hook. ELEVEN30 has yet to receive a drop date, but fans can still cop the original version of the mixtape via Jaggerr’s Bandcamp page.
Written by richard on 01/24/12
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