Tony Gore | Coming for Blood: Sede Vecante 2

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Coming for Blood: Sede Vecante 2

by Tony Gore

Witty and insightful lyricism couples with an infectious blend of the old school hip hop sound that drives home the true significance and relevancy of underground hip hop culture in today's modern age.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. Blast Off (feat. PawzOne, PaceWon & DJ Madhandz)
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2. Bread X (feat. Ruste Juxx & DJ Fastcut)
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3. Samurai Killa (feat. St. Laz, Daddie Notch, Skanks the Rap Martyr & Mic Handz)
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4. Boombap (feat. Grand Surgeon)
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5. Wooww (feat. Wooden Souljah & D Cypha)
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6. Mentalists (feat. Young Ty)
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7. Darkness Falls (feat. Grand Surgeon)
4:15 $0.99
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8. Another Breath (feat. St. Laz)
3:09 $0.99
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9. Let It Go (feat. J Hood, Kidd Bill & DJ Fastcut)
3:18 $0.99
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10. Hometown (Remix) [feat. Kidd Bill]
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11. Soldier (feat. Ether)
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Hip Hop Artist, Tony Gore drops the highly anticipated album “ Coming For Blood Sede Vecante II” collaborating with heavy hitting producer Bigbob. Witty and insightful lyricism couples with an infectious blend of the old school hip hop sound that drives home the true significance and relevancy of underground hip hop culture in today's modern age. Composed with the profound message that reminds us “Hip Hop is not dead.” From “Cali to Canada”, Tony Gore and producer Bigbob demonstrate international cooperation to produce underground hip-hop’s essential album of the year.

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