When you’re trying to make your way to the top of the music game, you can never be too Careful. On the third Booth-exclusive world premiere off his next album, TreaZon details his efforts to stay abreast of potential treachery, rhyming over the understated synth production of Jay Bradlee. Feeling this chilled-out, yet ever-so-slightly paranoid banger? You can find Careful, previously-premiered cuts Zero and Through the Flame and much more on the DJBooth-hosted Zero Love, out now for free download.
Written by richard on 06/14/12
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"Stay in Your Place ft. Drake, GemStones & Dow Jones" (2008)
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