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#SOTD | Doug Crawford – Reckless ft. Obie Trice [Audio]

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Edmonton, AB – One of the things we love about Doug Crawford is his hustle – the guy has a plan and he follows his path rather recklessly, doing what needs to be done to achieve his goals. His latest single off the album Perseverance is yet another big name collab, this time featuring Obie Trice, which explores that recklessness in a lyrical sense and gives some insight into what it takes to make it in the game. Check out this jam after the jump, and be sure to check next month’s issue of XXL for their spread on this Canadian up and comer!

Doug Crawford - Reckless ft. Obie Trice [Audio] - HipHopCanada.com

Doug Crawford – Reckless ft. Obie Trice

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