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Tuesday, March 11, 2008

DJ Mick Boogie releases new, free mixtape with Talib Kweli

Posted By on Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 2:42 PM

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Cleveland mixmaster Mick Boogie continues to blur the line between mixtape and album. His latest original/creative blend is a collaboration with Black Star rhymer Talib Kweli, one of the great positive figures in modern hip-hop. But he doesn't experiment on your dime; you can download the freshly-compressed mixtape, The MCEO, by clicking here, as a compressed .zip file that will download into a barrage of 32 mp3s. Guest spots include Busta Rhymes, KRS-ONE, Jean Grae, and a dozen others. We could tell you more, but don't waste time -- just download now. As the late, great Bluto said, "It don't cost nothin'."-- D.X. Ferris

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