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Luu Breeze – We Gon Get It (Prod. Zepfire) [Audio]

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Toronto, ONOriginally published August 12, 2014 – Toronto’s own Luu Breeze just dropped a new single on us entitled “We Gon Get It” off his forthcoming project entitled Remember What You Said. Luu linked up with Zepfire for the production on this joint; and they deliver a hard-hitting banger with serious hunger status.

Luu gon’ get it. Nothing is standing in his way. And if you are standing in his way, he will devour you for breakfast, or something (he has this line on here that’s all like, “I gotta eat these rappers/ Got lunch to make”). For real, though: when Luu gets hungry on his bars, he has this Kendrick Lamar-like thing that happens with his flow (listen at 1:38 – you’ll get what I’m talking about). I’m a huge fan. Peep the track below, and keep it locked on the release of Remember What You Said.

Update: After such a great response, we’re running with “We Gon Get It” as our Song of the Day. Check it out!

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