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Rup Bootleg - Go Crazy / E'd Up
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Tuesday, 31 October 2006
Rup Bootleg - Go Crazy / E'd UpHaving just rocked Cargo London on Friday night alongside TM Juke, Zebra Traffic’s new singing; Rup (pronounced Roop) has just completed a cheeky little white label. His debut EP for the label drops ‘Rup On Zebra EP’ in early December, followed by his debut album ‘Rup On Zebra’ out early 2007.

The bootleg focuses on Rup’s appetite for excess... and is based around Young Jeezy’s 2005 hit Go Crazy and also G Unit’s G’d Up – but with Rup’s unique twist. The slow pace allows Rup to fully express himself and describe his drinking antics in his somewhat original slightly high pitched voice. As the beat switches up Rup semi sings for a few bars before kicing into his club based lyrics. Make sure you get over to Zebra Traffic to support it...

Rup Bootleg - Go Crazy / E'd Up




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