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Craig Gillespie – Craigslist [EP]

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Pasadena, CA – 17 year old Craig Gillespie from California releases his new 9 track Ep titled Craigslist. The project includes production from Quamie’Yae, Sincere, Lyve, and Astro Mega. As well, there are two guest verses on track 4, “Get the Feeling Back” from LNDL member Yancy Deron and Crooklin, from Toronto rap duo Smash Brovaz. Hit the jump for the track listing and to download the EP.

EP: Craig Gillespie - Craigslist - HipHopCanada.com


TRACK LISTING
01. Introduction (Prod By. Quamie’Yae)
02. Here I Am (Prod By. Lyve)
03. Authenticity (Prod By. Quamie’Yae)
04. Get the Feeling Back ft.
Crooklin of Smash Brovaz & Yancy Deron (Prod. By Astro Mega)
05. Believe it or Not (Prod. By Sincere)
06. Bitter Sweet (Prod By. Quamie’Yae)
07. Circumstances (Prod By. Sincere)
08. Conversations (Prod By. Lyve)
09. Trapped Inside (Prod By. Astro Mega)

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