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Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Uncle Murda - "So Brooklyn (freestyle)" [Hip-Hop]

So Brooklyn (freestyle)

"So Brooklyn (freestyle)" music video by Uncle Murda
Added: 24-09-2019
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Uncle Murda "So Brooklyn (Freestyle)" (Official Music Video)

Watch the official music video for “So Brooklyn (Freestyle)” by Uncle Murda.

Uncle Murda drops the visuals for his “So Brooklyn” freestyle. Directed by Dream team digital

For info:
@unclemurda
@tellemblancosentya
@dreamteamdigital
@casanova_2x

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Known for tracks such as "Bullet Bullet," "Right Now," and his annual "Rap Up" installments, Leonard Grant is a gruff and plainspoken rapper who represents Brooklyn's East New York neighborhood as Uncle Murda. Active since the tail-end of the '90s and a long-term DJ Green Lantern associate, Grant has released numerous mixtapes since the early 2000s. His exposure was increased by a 2007 deal with Def Jam, though he and the label split -- following the departure of Jay-Z -- before any studio recordings reached the public. Primarily an independent artist, Grant later had one of his commercial mixtapes, The First 48 (2013), issued through an arrangement with major-label Epic via Violator. In 2016, the year he and Maino released a collaborative tape titled Yellow Tape: King Kong & Godzilla, he signed to 50 Cent's G Unit label. "Thot," "Statute of Limitations," and "On and On," the latter two of which featured 50, arrived the following year, as did Uncle Murda Presents: Don't Come Outside, Vol. 1. Some of these releases were alternately credited to Lenny Grant.

Tags : 2019, 10s, Uncle Murda

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