Get Zumbi (of Zion I's) Joint "Dank" f/ The Jacka & Martin Luther
Courtesy Ballin' PR.
Direct link: http://soundcloud.com/zumbi-1/zumbi-dank (PLEASE POST AWAY!) Zumbi, emcee of the hip-hop duo Zion I, presents "Dank," the first joint off the his forthcoming mixtape "Zumbi-VS. (Versus) mixtape." The track features local talents, The Jacka X and soul singer Martian Luther. Zumbi explains the idea behind the project: "I wanted to take the ultra creative landscape of hip hop and crush it down into a microcosm of what I'm feeling. I'm stretching out over varied styles to challenge myself. So it's really I vs I."
"Zumbi-VS. (Versus) mixtape" drops September 13.
Find Zumbi on the web: * www.zumbi808.com * twitter: @zumbi808 facebook.com/zumbizoom
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