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Parra For Cuva – Wicked Games Remix ft. Outspoken Corboy [Audio]

Sault Ste. Marie, ON – Sault Ste. Marie’s own Outspoken (of the Algoma Artists crew) recently released a sweet remix of Parra For Cuva’s “Wicked Games.” The original track features some haunting Florence Welch-like vocals (courtesy of Anna Naklab). But Outspoken took the track, plugged in some raw verses of his own, and then mastered it all himself. And it takes the track in a whole other direction. Outspoken touches on the hardships of overcoming addiction and moving forwards from the the addict mindset.

It hits pretty close to home, too. Outspoken recently announced via Twitter that he is less than a month away from celebrating two years of sobriety. So marking that milestone with some new tuneage seems like a proper thing to do. Check it below.


Parra For Cuva - Wicked Games Remix ft. Outspoken [Audio] -

Twitter: @outspokencorboy | @Parra_for_Cuva

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