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Smash Brovaz release digital debut album, Think It’s A Game? [News]

Toronto, ON – Rising rap duo Smash Brovaz have come together with The DJBooth to bring listeners their digital debut album entitled Think It’s a Game?. The project consists of 10 original tracks from Junia-T and Crooklin. Among them are previously featured singles "Be Free", "Casserine", "The Kitchen" and "Paper Planes". Joining them on the guest tip throughout Think It’s a Game? are Diz Gibran, Rich Kidd, Yancy Deron and Richie Sosa. In addition to the boardwork by Junia-T, the set also features production by Big Pops, Intricate Sound, Like of Pac Div and Slakah the Beatchild. Congratulations to the Smash Brovaz camp on this release. Hit the jump to see the track listing and to download the project.

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01 – Whatever (Prod. Like of PacDiv)
02 – Casserine
03 – Paper Planes (Prod. Big Pops)
04 – Soul For Tomorrow (Prod. Junia-T)
05 – Daydreamers Theme ft. Rich Kidd (Prod. Like of Pac Div)
06 – TO 2 LA ft. Yancy Deron (Prod. Intricate Sound)
07 – Be Free (Prod. Junia-T)
08 – You I ft. Slakah The Beatchild (Prod. Slakah The Beatchild)
09 – Chinese Swag ft. Rich Kidd and Diz Gibran (Prod. Junia-T)
10 – The Kitchen ft. Richie Sosa (Prod. Junia-T)

For more information on Smash Brovaz go here.

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