Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Gradutation Freestyle (tonight - 2011)



http://www.box.com/shared/h5b94lhhv3z47o9eh0yv

Me and my old friend Slimer in the Mac home studio.

In the spirit of Thanksgiving (god i hate when they bust X-Mas advertising before the Turkey is carved) the charity, Turkey Bowl, Coach Farias, high school basketball doc, YG and rAP! I give you this, inspired from recent events, my favorite recent freestyle to a classic hym...

peep the link, give it a sec. and Chicago Bear with me, this is me, freestyle in the shower whenever possible. Peep the link to my garage band freestyle of sorts, god bless the graduation theme, rapping over it, god bless our troops, freedom and the United States Of America...

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