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This past Friday, Freeway released “Jungle,” the first official single from his forthcoming album, Diamond In The Ruff. Freeway also used the occasion to announce a new release date, November 27th, for the album, and while fans may be saddened at the news that they’ll have to wait an additional two weeks before getting their hands on the Philly rapper’s fourth official studio album, Free has released this new mixtape to hold his loyal supporters over along the way.


Largely, Freedom Of Speech is a solo effort for Freeway, but where guests do show up –Young Chris on “Real Shit,” Jakk Frost and Malik B on “Beards R’ Us” – it’s often a Philly affair. Elsewhere, Freeway spreads the love, enlisting Atlanta rapper Diamond for “Ice Cream,” and he also collaborates with Free, former host of 106 & Park, for the soulful “Ghetto Love.” For production, Freeway called on long-time producer Jake One, along with a number of first-time collaborators, including Cardiak, Thelonius Martin, and upstart producer B. Jones, who handles production on four of the tape’s 16 tracks. The tape is mixed by Mike Jerz, who also contributes production on “Master Of Ceremony.”







Freeway – “Freedom Of Speech (Hosted By Don Cannon)” (Mixtape)

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