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Mike Boyd releases Note the Sarcasm (produced by Classified) on Mar. 25

Enfield, NS – On Mar. 25, East Coast MC Mike Boyd launches his forthcoming 11-track Note the Sarcasm album. If you’re a Classified fan, you probably already know that Mike Boyd is Class’ little brother. You may remember that dope cameo that Boyd made on the track “Familiar.” Don’t it sound a bit familiar?

Either way, the two of them are linking up again. And by linking up, I mean Classified produced the entire Note the Sarcasm project. Peep Boyd’s promotional album infomercial below. Cliff Notes version: Buy a car, and get a copy of Note the Sarcasm. But wait – if you buy a car within the hour, you get – not one, but – 10 copies of the album. Mike Boyd albums for days. Note the sarcasm there, though.

Mike Boyd’s Classified-produced Note the Sarcasm album drops on Mar. 25 [News] - HipHopCanada.com

And keep a lookout for some guest features on the project from the likes of Madchild, D-Sisive, Shad, and – of course – Classified. You can pre-order the album right now on iTunes. And while you’ve over there, make sure you cop a download of the album’s first single release, “Mr. Mike.” The track is a groover-shaker of an introduction to the offbeat cheeky dude that is Mike Boyd. And it looks like he’s dropping some visuals for the joint tomorrow, too. So keep it locked on those.


Twitter: @mikeboyd31 | @classified

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