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{Media Alert} King Bo & Russ Blade – “I’m Dat N*gga” ft Uncle Murda & Red Cafe (Explicit) #BDM

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(AUDIO) King Bo & Russ Blade Release “I’m Dat N*gga” ft Uncle Murda & Red Cafe

Bo & Blade Vol.3 Get Lit Or Die Tryin Coming Soon!

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(New York, NY) – In the streets of NYC nothings nice and to make it you have to be on point at all times. This is the life that King Bo and Russ Blade know as they speak about it on their track “I’m That N*gga,” The track also features the talents of Red Cafe and Uncle Murda who have consistently gained attention in the Tri-State area.

The song is featured on their upcoming project Bo and Blade Vol. 3 Get Lit Or Die Tryin which will be available on Datpiff for free download and stream.

“We were connected to Red Cafe through a mutual friend and we were able to get in the studio to make this song come together,” Russ Blade explained. “We’ve been making music as a group for a while now and we are starting to get some spin on the radio with the clean version of the song, ‘I’m that Hitta. We are happy to be able to work with Uncle Murda and Red Cafe and know that combining our fan bases with this song we get some new fans.”
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Bo & Blade Vol.2 Supply & Demand is currently available on DatPiff.
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