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Elcee – Californication + Sanctified (Remix) [Audio]

Toronto, ON – For yesterday’s installation of #SoundCloudSunday, Elcee released a duo remix including his own takes on Schoolboy Q’s “Californication” bonus track (off OxyMoron), as well as Rick Ross, Big Sean, and Kanye West’s monster “Sanctified” hit (off Ross’ recent Mastermind project).

Elcee is gearing up to release LeoSoul. So every Sunday leading up to the project release in July, he’ll be dropping some new tuneage for us to peep. Check out “Californication + Sanctified (Remix)” below, and keep it locked on next Sunday’s release.


Elcee - Californication + Sanctified (Remix) [Audio] -

Most of Elcee’s single releases so far have been much more introspective and spacey. It’s dope to see him already getting in on some of the freshest songs on the airwaves right now. Relevancy is key. And just so you know, Elcee is also affiliated with the Virginia Beach-based collective, JetPacks. He’s currently working under management of Fresh Recordings’ Justin Kinch.

Twitter: @ElceeTheArtist

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