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Cancer 4 Cure

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01
Request Denied
4:32
 
02
The Full Retard
3:39
 
03
Works Every Time
Artist: Paul Banks
3:35
 
04
Drones Over Bklyn
5:49
 
05
Oh Hail No
Artist: Mr. Motherfucking Exquire
3:41
 
06
Tougher Colder Killer
Artist: Killer Mike
3:39
 
07
True Story
3:14
 
08
The Jig Is Up
3:18
 
09
Sign Here
2:51
 
10
For My Upstairs Neighbor (Mums the Word)
3:15
 
11
Stay Down
Artist: Nick Diamonds
3:10
 
12
$ Vic/FTL (Me And You)
8:23
 
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 49:06

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Cancer 4 Cure

EMUSIC-02BEF30C

For shure, now it's best moment for dubstep and electronic music but this is the prove what is good music, not more not less.

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Much more then just rap

zendude

Lots more to this then just beats and rambling lyrics, intelligent rap/ hip hop with awesome backing. Top stuff

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Cancer 4 Cure

gearoid.murphy

I'm not normally a hip-hop fan but this is pretty good stuff

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