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Ronnie Dylan, “Purified Kings”

​Ronnie Dylan is a rhymer from Seattle with a kind of zeal for the art, and with beats by Jake Crocker, he follows his passion to Queens for this track. From his and Crocker’s joint project EP American Dreams.

posted: March 18th, 2014, 2:05am



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