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Tenchoo - Crojo Exclusive 12" [Independent]
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Written by Calvin Hussey   
Monday, 21 July 2014
Tenchoo - Crojo Exclusive 12" [Haji's Yard / First Son Records]Since taking a step away from the battling spotlight after an impressive 7-0 run in Don't Flop and netting 5000 in Jump Off's 2012 tournament with relative ease - Hampshire based London import Tenchoo has steadily increased his presence on the UK hip-hop scene. Since dropping his highly anticipated debut album Scary Movie in 2011, the MC has been hard at work, appearing on tracks with a who's who of British artists, and supporting artists like Pharoahe Monch across the UK.

After gaining a massive amount of respect as a versatile MC - from both fans and industry heads alike - Tenchoo recently unleashed this promo video for his upcoming sophomore album Live From the Crojo. The tune features an onslaught of rhymes complete with a heavy bass driven Instrumental from fellow Don't Flop alum Gizmo. This is straight pump yourself up music, and is sure to have your neck nodding till your head drops off.

Catch the video for yourself, here:



By: Calvin Hussey | https://twitter.com/Calvin_Hussey





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