Homeboy Sandman, J-Live & Kurious Jorge Run An MC Clinic (Audio)

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Elmhurst, Queens’ Homeboy Sandman released Hallways, his fifth album, on September 2 via Peanut Butter Wolf’s Stones Throw Records. The loquacious MC teamed with two New Yorkers who blazed his trail that he’s followed and adapted with. J-Live and Kurious (f/k/a Kurious Jorge) joined H.B.S on “Enough.”

The sweet, melodic track is an instrumental exit on the album. However, on the iTunes version, these three MCs grab the microphone with aggression on such a soft canvas. This is as good of a collaboration that BoySand has introduced in some time:


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