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NewBreedMC – CrossRoads [Video]

Toronto, ON – Toronto-based NewBreedMC just released new visuals for his hard-hitting track entitled “CrossRoads.” This track looks at the cycle of dysfunction. Despite the title “CrossRoads,” there’s no real hopeful outcome on this joint. It’s more of a commentary on the poor decisions we make that lead to all-encompassing regression. It’s full of feelers. And emotions. But it’s also full of real-talk. NewBreedMC plays the fly-on-the-wall, and uses his craft to tell us his stories.

The track was produced by AstroMega. Mega brings this old-school vibe into the mix. Which is just too good. And Astro also directed the video, by the way. Check it below.

NewBreedMC – CrossRoads [Video] -

This track comes to us off NewBreedMC’s latest project entitled Your Mom Likes My Mixtape. Which is actually pretty solid, considering the first line on this track is “My mother doesn’t smile anymore.” So if this mixtape makes her happy, we’re making serious progress, here. So tell your mom, or something. And get a copy for yourself while you’re at it. You can download it over on Bandcamp.

Twitter: @NewBreedMC

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