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The Blue – Nothing Really Changed [Mixtape]

Calgary, ABThe Blue just released the ultimate ode to the Champagne Papi, in the form of a new mixtape entitled Nothing Really Changed. The six-track tape features The Blue’s own take on several of Drizzy’s NWTS gems including “Tuscan Leather”(which was cheekily changed to “Tuscan Pleather”) and “Too Much.”

It also includes a rendition of Hoodie Allen’s “No Interruption,” as well as a sweet take on Shad’s “Y’all Know Me.” The Blue is still only 17 years young, so he had to miss Shad’s show in Calgary last week. He was pretty devastated about having to forego it. But he made the most of everything by paying his respects via mixtape. The tape includes featured performances from Stankowski, C4, Dozie Do and more. Give Nothing Really Changed a listen below and head over to Bandcamp to cop a free download.

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