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Though Junkie - Grab What You Can - out on Colemine Records



Though Junkie Grab What You Can
Though Junkie - Grab What You Can
(CD) Colemine Records CLMN 12002, 2009-06-24

Jacksonville's favorite MC/producer, Tough Junkie, has put together a stellar set of funky beats and rhymes for his debut release. And with features from Willie Evans Jr., Grand Champ, Rideout, and many more, Grab What You Can is sure to become nothing less than a hip-hop classic!

Though Junkie Grab What You Can
Though Junkie - Grab What You Can
(CD) Colemine Records CLMN 12002, 2009-06-24

Tracklisting :
01. A Starting Point (0:25)
02. SOUTH (2:59)
03. Every Dream (3:03)
04. Hidden Monsters feat. Piasco Picasso, Mal, Strike 3, and DJ SpaceMikeSpace (3:59)
05. FFJB RMX feat. Willie Evans Jr. (4:32)
06. Towel Fight Loser (1:57)
07. Even More Better (4:49)
08. Feel Free feat. J. Dash and J-Mincey (2:55)
09. Splitting Wigs (3:16)
10. Rhyme Time With Grand Champ feat. Grand Champ (4:31)
11. Even More Recap feat. Rideout (1:44)
12. Hot Line feat. Knight Krawler (4:39)
13. Grab What? (3:40)
14. Transitions (2:19)

Links :
toughjunkie.com
myspace.com/toughjunkiemusic
coleminerecords.com
myspace.com/coleminemusic
youtube.com/user/ColemineRecords
facebook.com/pages/Colemine-Records/27472848038
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