Whenever you’re starting to get shine, you can rest assured that there are Undercover haters just waiting to come out of the woodwork and disrupt your hustle. Be that as it may, Rockie Fontaine isn’t about to let anyone break his stride; on the latest leak off his DJBooth-sponsored mixtape, the Philly rhymesayer announces his intention to continue getting his come what may, flowing over the chilly synth boardwork of Chemist. Digging it? Watch for Fresh’s NYND (New Year New Dope) street album to arrive on our front page January 1, 2012.
Written by richard on 12/22/11
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"Once Again It's On ft. Beanie Sigel" (2008)
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