Not featured on our pages since George W. Bush was still President (Itz Me dropped in April ‘08), Ray Cash makes his grand re-entrance into the Booth with mixtape inclusion Ello. Clockwork Muzik mans the mixing boards on this swagger-soaked selection, crafting a percussion/sample beat to back the one-time Columbia signee’s self-assured braggadocio. While it is as-yet undecided when Ray’s Unemployment project will be release to the masses, those who like what they’re hearing will be able to find Ello and more on DJ Knyce‘s currently-unscheduled Don King (Bootlegs & B-Sides) tape.
Written by richard on 05/6/12
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Champagne Music Group
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"It'z Me" (2008)
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