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The Liberators – Fun Since Day One [Album]

Edmonton, ABThe Liberators have just launched their latest project entitled Fun Since Day One. The 16-track album is the third project in the crew’s discography (following their debut Spiritual Dilemma LP and What’s Happenin’ EP).

The Liberators consists of Self the Bluest Eye, So’ Def, and producer John Press. They have a distinct old-school influence. And bars for days. Also, make sure you take a peep at the album art because it’s ill (and it was put together by Edmonton’s own KazMega. YEG represent). You can stream Fun Since Day One below, or head over to Bandcamp to cop a free download.


Twitter: @ItsThySelf | @KazMega

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