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Kayo – The Escape Movement [Mixtape]

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Halifax, NS - Kayo, without any warning, launches his new project The Escape Movement. We’re happy to be one of the first site’s to make this available. Click the jump for download link.

You can catch Kayo on tour with Snoop tonight in Coldlake, Alberta, in Edmonton on July 14th, Calgary on July 15th, Saskatoo on the 16th, Medicine Hat on the 17th and finally, on July 18th, Lethbridge, Alberta.

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