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Chin Injeti – Peoples 2 ft. David Banner [MP3]

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Vancouver, BCChin Injeti releases the third single off his upcoming Peoples Mixtape – another heavy-hitter, this time featuring David Banner. Banner roars over Chin’s raw beats, the entire track coming off as one hell of an aggressive banger. Check out the single below and read HipHopCanada’s exclusive review of the entire project – due out July 17 – HERE. Enjoy!

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Chin Injeti – Peoples 2 ft. David Banner

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