Where you’re in New York, Los Angeles or, in TONA‘s case, Toronto, those flashing lights can only mean one thing: trouble. On mixtape leak Blue Shield, the Scarborough representative lets us know just how sick he is of being hassled and interrogated by his city’s finest, flowing over a street-ready beat by Rich Kidd. Watch for TONA’s Reform School street album, mixed by the world renowned DJ Wristpect, to hit the ‘net. Fans can click here to watch this record’s official trailer, directed by Ikenna Ceaser Amaechi.
Written by richard on 02/21/12
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