The second featured leak off Peter Rosenberg‘s forthcoming PopChips compilation (after The Kid Daytona‘s Summertime in the City), The Heater finds Wu-Tang legend Raekwon colliding with Maryland newcomer Kaimbr and Daily Bread emcee Hassaan Mackey over an understated street instrumental by Diamond D. Craving more? What’s Poppin’ (Vol. 1) has yet to receive a solid drop date, but Rosenberg assures us the project will arrive in less than a week’s time (Next Tuesday, at the latest.)
Written by richard on 09/1/11
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