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Baseline – Work ft. Thrillah (Prod. Vybe Beatz) [Audio]

Halifax, NS – Nova Scotia’s own Baseline recently teamed up with MC Thrillah and producer Vybe Beatz for this new East Coast club banger entitled “Work.” It’s a solid turn-up track that utilizes the optimal club joint formula: Go to the club. See women dance. Enjoy watching women dance. Wish women would take their clothes off. Pen some verses about it all.

This is Baseline’s first single release since “Monster” roasted up the airwaves in June 2013. The track is intended to hype up listeners for Baseline’s forthcoming King EP. This track won’t be on the project, but it gives you a glimpse of what you can expect to see on King. The project’s release date is still to-be-announced. And just so you know, this track isn’t an ASAP Ferg remix. Ferg had a track of the same name that got (excessively) freestyled-over last year. So give “Work” a listen to below.


Baseline – Work ft. Thrillah (Prod. Vybe Beatz) [Audio] -

Twitter: @BaselineMusik | @Thrillahkane | @902mixtapes

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